Kobotik, a forward-thinking Robotic and IA firm, is making headlines for its collaboration with Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR) and the Centre hospitalier universitaire (CHU) Sainte-Justine, aiming to revolutionize healthcare with an innovative syringe-filling robot.
The brainchild of Louness Khelifi, a PhD Student at UQTR , Usef Faghihi , Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and Researcher in artificial intelligence and Avanik Donga , CTO & Robotic Engineer at Kobotik , the syringe-filling robot project is not just a testament to Kobotik’s investment in research and development, but also an excellent example of the company’s expertise in leveraging automation for health and safety outcomes. The robot is specifically designed to counter labor shortages and minimize injuries associated with repetitive syringe filling, a task that is vital in hospital pharmacies.
Kobotik’s commitment to this project, coupled with its partnership with esteemed institutions such as UQTR and CHU Sainte-Justine, underlines the company’s strategy of blending innovation with practicality to address real-world challenges. The firm is planning further clinical trials, and the robot is expected to be market-ready within the next two years.
The project has attracted considerable media attention, and a reportage by Jeffrey Dupont for Radio-Canada is shedding light on this exciting development in healthcare technology.
Kobotik’s involvement in this venture signifies its continuous drive for excellence, innovation, and contribution to enhancing healthcare outcomes through technology. The company’s investment in research and development, its ability to foster valuable collaborations, and its resolve to tackle pressing issues through technological solutions make it a remarkable player in the field. The recognition from the press and the partnership with UQTR and CHU Sainte-Justine reflect Kobotik’s commitment to research, development, and innovation, marking a significant milestone in its journey.