Robotic-Assisted surgeries require a lot of procedural data and analysis to improve the outcome and efficiency. RSIP Vision, a reputed research and development company in computer imaging, has revealed a new surgical tool for workflow analysis that will enhance AI-based surgical applications and robotic-assisted surgeries.

Surgeries are stressful. It requires a lot of planning, precision, decision-making, and it is time-consuming. Robots come as a sought-after solution, especially during the pandemic when surgeons were called off to perform other duties.

Surgical robots can assist surgeons to complete complicated surgical procedures with more precision and offer more flexibility than the traditional methods. A recent report has estimated that the Global Surgical Robot market will grow from USD 6.9 billion in 2020 to USD 14.8 billion by 2027.

Robotic-assisted surgeries require a lot of data to be recorded and studied that may be hectic. The new surgical workflow analysis tool from RSIP Vision is AI-driven that labels each step of a surgical procedure to review, analyze, and pre-plan.

“Step-by-step automatic recognition is an extremely useful tool for robotic-assisted surgeries,” says Ron Soferman – CEO of RSIP Vision.

When combined with other treatment modules, the AI-based surgical assistance applications can create new procedural techniques that improve surgery time and efficiency.