“Massage anti-sore” bed and chair integration
Robot starts trial
relativelyindustryAs far as robots are concerned, service robots are the youngest and most dynamic of the robot family. Benefiting from the promotion of artificial intelligence by technologies such as sensors, big data, and cloud computing, service robots have developed rapidly.
Facing hot social issues such as population aging, as well as social needs that people pay close attention to, such as medical care and education, Beijing scientific research units have developed a series of service robot products, which are used in the elderly and disabled, medical rehabilitation, family services, education and entertainment, and public safety. applications in other fields. For example, in the field of elderly care and disability assistance, Beihang has developed a bed-chair integrated robot, which can meet the nursing needs of the bedridden elderly, such as “massage and sore prevention, physiological monitoring, eating and taking medicine, emotional support, and opening the door to retrieve objects”, improving the quality of life of the elderly. , has been successfully trialed in Sijiqing Nursing Home.
3D printed hip joint
More than 700 prostheses were implanted
Orthopedic spinal tumors and severe hip joint diseases often face serious bone defects that need to be repaired during the treatment process. Conventional prostheses cannot meet individual requirements in terms of size, shape, and mechanical support, so most treatment results are not good. At the same time, my country’s orthopaedic implantable medical device market has been monopolized by international giants for a long time. Due to the lack of original research design and backward manufacturing technology, domestic manufacturers have been in the stage of imitation and follow-up, and can only produce low-end products.
With the support of the Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Commission, the Third Hospital of Peking University, in conjunction with the industry-university-research team from the School of Engineering of Peking University, has put forward new design ideas and surgical treatment plans around clinically difficult diseases since 2009.3D printingespecially metal 3D printing technology, has made breakthroughs in the development and production of personalized and large-scale implants for spine and joints.
The project team has completed 3 clinical studies of 3D printed orthopaedic implants, 2 of which have passed the review of the State Food and Drug Administration and obtained registration, namely 3D printed hip prosthesis and vertebral body prosthesis. These are also the two 3D printed implantable orthopaedic medical devices that have been clinically verified and registered in my country. Among them, the vertebral body prosthesis is the world’s first 3D printed vertebral body product that has been registered and can be used in large-scale production. The development of printing implants has entered the stage of industrialization and is in a leading position in the world.
To date, more than 700 hip prostheses have been implanted. In terms of personalized implantation of prostheses, in August 2014, Professor Liu Zhongjun of Peking University Third Hospital successfully implanted the world’s first 3D printed custom artificial axial vertebrae to treat malignant tumors. So far, 6 similar cases have been successfully completed. .
In addition, the trauma orthopedic robot developed by Beihang has obtained the medical product registration certificate and has been industrialized in Tianzhihang. The brain surgery robot developed by Beihang is expected to obtain a product registration certificate by the end of the year and be industrialized.
into a citizen’s home
In the field of home service and education and entertainment, Beijing Scientific Research Company launched the “Aileyou” Xiaoyou family companion robot and put it on the market.
With the support of the Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Commission, high-tech enterprises in Beijing have also released a human-like commercial service robot, Youyou, the first large-scale service robot that can be mass-produced in China. Two truly commercial robot products. Youyou is 1.28 meters tall. After 3 years of research and development, it can be used in language education, tour guides, shopping guides, and welcoming guests in terms of deep voice interaction, facial emotion recognition, motion control, and automatic obstacle avoidance. At present, this domestic first humanoid commercial service robot has achieved mass production.
Beijing Morning News reporter Han Na