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    A Massachusetts startup called Medrobotics has launched a system of its own that features a design that could make robots a much more common fixture in operating rooms. Rather than been being limited to straight, “line-of-sight” procedures as in other surgical robots, the company’s Flex Robotic System enables surgeons, with full HD visualization, to guide the device through the twists and turns of the body’s pathways. Result: minimally invasive surgery can be performed on sites that were difficult or even impossible to reach before.

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    Henry Ford might be gobsmacked at how today’s production lines are more about customization than standardization. Supporting that evolution are software tools known as manufacturing execution systems. These tools provide real-time data for analysis, and also help to make the line’s flexibility possible.

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