Maria Medical Technology (MMT), a manufacturer of cosmetic devices and medical robots based in the United Arab Emirates, has launched an artificial intelligence-based automated medical robot for hair removal, iLaser.
MMT manufactures medical âcobots,â robots designed to work collaboratively with humans in a shared space. The UAE company showcased its latest prototype at a collaborative meeting hosted by Gulf Information Technology Exhibition and Ai Everything (GITEX x AI) from October 17-21.
iLaser is a medical cobot arm designed by MMT, which guarantees safety during the procedure. The device was developed with intrinsically safe components and reliable sensors to help estheticians and dermatologists avoid human error when treating patients.
The machine comes with laser devices, which help beauticians or dermatologists achieve better treatment results. It also provides appropriate treatment for patients based on device treatment requirements and protocols.
The company recently received the official patent registration number P6001297 / 2021 for its automated robotic system for laser hair removal from the UAE Ministry of Economy.
In the global technology showcase held in the United Arab Emirates, companies, government agencies and next-generation startups participated to showcase their latest innovative technologies, including biotechnology for healthcare.
Medical cobots work with doctors, nurses, and technicians and interact with patients, forcing users to follow safety measures at the electrical, software, processing, and system monitoring levels.
iLaser offers various technologies to the healthcare field by integrating AI ideas with laser devices. It provides high quality patient care, efficient treatment and a safe environment for patients and medical specialists.
The company pointed out that the medical field has turned to technological trends with rapid technological changes and innovations. Medical cobots are used to reduce human effort and increase the accuracy of treatment in the medical industry.
Dermatologists and plastic surgeons are often not specialists in medical robots, hence the need to control iLaser. The machine is usually controlled by applications using cell phones or tablets.
âPeople make human errors in laser treatments when they use portable devices, but our machine is data driven, and we used a lot of AI and machine learning to overcome these errors,â said Abdul Wahid Ansari, engineer at Maria Medical Technology. âWe came up with an idea using a visual system of 3D modeling cameras that can indicate an individual’s skin type. “