Mimic Technologies, the company that makes the simulation software for the da Vinci robot, announced new technology that will help close the learning gap for surgeons. This new software platform has been shown to improve the robotic surgeon's ability to learn, increasing efficiency and productivity while reducing the risk of medical errors. MSim 2.0 is the new simulation technology for the dV-Trainer, the surgical simulator designed to recreate the look and feel of the da Vinci Surgery System. The technology is designed to allow today's surgeons to more quickly and accurately advance their skill in robotic surgery with the help of important upgrades, such as enhanced graphics and more realistic training scenarios that create a training environment that closely mirrors real-world da Vinci robotic surgery.
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