Johann Berger, Michael Unger and Andreas Melzer

The new research interface is of great help to facilitate the project work and a feature that conventional Ultrasound systems do not provide

The wireless Clarius ultrasound imaging device offers perfect features for application at flexible robotic systems like the KUKA LBR iiwa 7. Robotic systems allow the positioning of different end effectors in a precise way and in environments difficult to reach for humans. In our setup, the Clarius L7 and C3 devices have been used together with a virtual reality tablet application for robotic positioning of Clarius guided of biopsy needles and ablation probes. The new research interface is of great help to facilitate the project work and a feature that conventional Ultrasound systems do not provide

Johann Berger, Michael Unger and Andreas Melzer
Innovation Center Computer Assisted Surgery
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