Due to its extensive experience in robot mechatronics and intelligent control prototyping, validation and verification, the IROB could be the responsible for developing the smart mechatronics, control algorithms, test protocols. IROB could also be heavily involved in the overall safety framework development, including the test sequence development, and the customizable phantom development. Initial experiments can also be conducted in the IROB facility, involving the local research engineers. The already existing robotic infrastructure at IROB allows for setting up a broad range of lifelike test scenarios assisted by conventional industrial robotics (Fanuc robots, KUKA robots) to real surgical applications (da Vinci Research Kit). Óbuda University has direct access to medical research facilities and small animal laboratories via its national and international cooperation partners (including the Semmelweis Medical University in Budapest) for ex vivo studies.

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