18525414. ANGLED DRIVE TABLE simplified abstract (Imperative Care, Inc.)

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ANGLED DRIVE TABLE

Organization Name

Imperative Care, Inc.

Inventor(s)

Matthew Hutter of Los Angeles CA (US)

Robert Hitchcock of Los Gatos CA (US)

Kyle Bartholomew of Campbell CA (US)

Sami Ur-Rehman Shad of Fremont CA (US)

Craig Mar of Fremont CA (US)

Lilip Lau of Los Altos CA (US)

ANGLED DRIVE TABLE - A simplified explanation of the abstract

This abstract first appeared for US patent application 18525414 titled 'ANGLED DRIVE TABLE

The abstract describes a robotic drive system with a drive table that has a support surface at an angle to a horizontal plane, along with hub adapters that can be connected to hubs of interventional devices.

  • The robotic drive system includes a support surface oriented at an angle to a horizontal plane.
  • Hub adapters are coupled with the drive table and can be connected to hubs of interventional devices.
  • Each hub can be attached to an interventional device for various medical procedures.
  • The support surface is positioned between the hub adapters and the corresponding hubs.

Potential Applications: - Medical robotics for interventional procedures - Industrial automation for precise movements - Research and development in robotics and automation

Problems Solved: - Enables precise and controlled movements in robotic systems - Facilitates the connection of interventional devices to robotic platforms

Benefits: - Improved accuracy and efficiency in interventional procedures - Enhanced capabilities for robotic systems in various industries

Commercial Applications: Title: "Robotic Drive System for Interventional Procedures" This technology can be used in medical facilities, manufacturing plants, and research institutions for a wide range of applications, enhancing productivity and precision in operations.

Prior Art: Readers can explore existing patents and research on robotic drive systems, interventional devices, and automation technologies to understand the background of this innovation.

Frequently Updated Research: Stay informed about the latest advancements in robotic drive systems, interventional robotics, and automation technologies to keep up with industry trends and innovations.

Questions about Robotic Drive Systems: 1. How does the angle of the support surface impact the functionality of the robotic drive system? 2. What are the potential challenges in integrating hub adapters with interventional devices in robotic systems?


Original Abstract Submitted

A robotic drive system includes a drive table having a support surface oriented at an angle relative to a horizontal plane and one or more hub adapters coupled with the drive table. Each of the one or more hub adapters is coupleable with a corresponding hub of one or more hubs. Each hub is couplable with an interventional device of one or more interventional devices. The support surface is positioned between the one or more hub adapters and the corresponding hubs.