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Agile Robots, a spin-off of the DLR Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics, has received 186 million euros in a new round of financing, valuing it at more than a billion dollars (850 million euros) from investors. That's the threshold at which a startup can call itself a unicorn. Agile Robots develops the next generation of robots with artificial intelligence that work together with humans in teams - for example in medical and industrial robotics.
Successful technology transfer with happy ending for patients and surgeons - after several years of development work, Medtronic's robot-assisted surgery system, named Hugo™ RAS system, received CE certification and thus approval for the European market. The new Hugo™ RAS (robotic-assisted surgery) system incorporates technological principles of the MiroSurge® telesurgery system developed by the German Aerospace Center
Joint research on the "green construction site" - Vehicles on construction sites and in agriculture are often heavy working machines with a correspondingly high power requirement. Until now, they have mostly been powered by diesel engines. Hydrogen-based drives can make these vehicles emission-free and more sustainable. Together with the Cologne-based engine manufacturer DEUTZ, DLR is developing new ideas and solutions for operating construction site vehicles and agricultural machinery with hydrogen