Robotix Mentor

Robotic Training Simulation

About The Robotix Mentor

The only training simulator to provide a comprehensive curriculum including complete robotic clinical procedures with true-to-life graphics and tissue behavior.

The Robotix Mentor simulator provides surgeons of all expertise levels across diverse medical specialties with an opportunity to efficiently and effectively practice the skills required to perform robotic surgery.

Robotic basic tasks modules provide the optimal learning environment for surgeons to develop the necessary skills so that they may be able to select the most suitable surgical route for the patient.

Clinical procedure simulation modules enable surgeons and residents in training to experience partial and entire robotic procedures and to support training programs in incorporating procedure training in the robotic surgery curriculum.

The cross-specialty simulation platform was developed in close collaboration with the medical community to provide an ever-expanding library of modules. These unique modules may be incorporated into a robotic surgery curriculum and training courses and possible future accreditation and maintenance of certification.

Product Features

The Only Robotic Simulator to Provide Advanced Clinical Procedures Training

  • Practice procedural steps in an anatomical environment
  • Demonstration of a variety of techniques and decision making
  • Simulation of complications and injuries

True-to-Life Training Environment

  • Mastery of console and instruments
  • Visual cues to tissue manipulation enable surgeons to learn to ‘feel’ with their eyes
  • Realistic simulation of tissue response to instruments and tension

Educational Features

  • Developed in collaboration with the medical community to ensure accuracy
  • Step-by-step colorful procedural guidance and real-life patient videos

Team Training (Optional)

  • Practice collaboration between the robotic surgeon and the surgical assistant
    Add the LAP Mentor Express to enjoy the most comprehensive laparoscopic surgery simulator

Efficient Simulation Curriculum Management

  • Web-based management system
  • Customizable curriculum, proficiency-based training, objective reports and video debriefing


  • Authentic representation of the surgeon console workspace, master controllers and pedals
  • Realistic representation of robotic surgery hand movements
  • Accurate robot kinematics, tools and workspace
  • Adjustable elements provide a comfortable and ergonomic working position
  • A 3D HD stereoscopic personal display providing life-like graphics
  • Instructor monitor can be positioned separately for best group viewing


A Virtual Demo

Experience the full capability of your simulation unit with a virtual demo. The unit manufacturers, Surgical Science, will host your virtual demo whilst our team organise everything for you including scheduling, reminders, and follow-up aftercare.



Martin, J. R., Stefanidis, D., Dorin, R. P., Goh, A. C., Satava, R. M., & Levy, J. S. (2021). Demonstrating the effectiveness of the fundamentals of robotic surgery (FRS) curriculum on the RobotiX Mentor Virtual Reality Simulation Platform. Journal of robotic surgery, 15, 187-193.

Alshuaibi, M., Perrenot, C., Hubert, J., & Perez, M. (2020). Concurrent, face, content, and construct validity of the RobotiX Mentor simulator for robotic basic skills. The International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, 16(3), e2100.

Ebbing, J., Wiklund, P. N., Akre, O., Carlsson, S., Olsson, M. J., Höijer, J., … & Collins, J. W. (2021). Development and validation of non‐guided bladder‐neck and neurovascular‐bundle dissection modules of the RobotiX‐Mentor® full‐procedure robotic‐assisted radical prostatectomy virtual reality simulation. The International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, 17(2), e2195.

Puliatti, S., Mazzone, E., & Dell’Oglio, P. (2020). Training in robot-assisted surgery. Current Opinion in Urology, 30(1), 65-72.

Whittaker, G., Aydin, A., Raveendran, S., Dar, F., Dasgupta, P., & Ahmed, K. (2019). Validity assessment of a simulation module for robot-assisted thoracic lobectomy. Asian Cardiovascular and Thoracic Annals, 27(1), 23-29.

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Aftercare and Support

At Phantasim, we offer an aftercare package to ensure our friendly support team can offer assistance should you incur an issue with your simulator or modules. Phantasim are based in Western Australia, however your aftercare package allows us to remotely access your simulator via satellite and resolve any issues remotely. Should your simulator require hands-on assessment, our support team will visit your facility anywhere within Australia or New Zealand to appraise your simulator and provide a solution.

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Why Choose Phantasim?

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Sole Distributer for Australia
and New Zealand

Whether you’re in Australia or New Zealand, our team at Phantasim are your surgical simulation partners. Our dedicated team handle distribution, maintenance, and ongoing aftercare for simulation units and modules.

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Proudly Partnered With
Surgical Science

Phantasim are proudly partnered with Surgical Science, who manufacture the simulation units which support the education and growth of medical professionals across the globe.

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Premium Aftercare
And Support

Our aftercare team at Phantasim are just a phone call away. Once you’ve received your simulator, we will visit your facility for installation and analysis as well as provide ongoing aftercare and support.

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Remote Accessibility

Each simulator has remote access capabilities, allowing our team to assess any issues or irregular activities from any location. Alternatively, our support team can visit your facility as part of your aftercare package.

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What Our Clients Say About Us

Frequently Asked Questions

What is clinical simulation training?

Clinical simulation training allows students in the medical field to practice their skills in an authentic, safe, simulation environment. Simulation-based training provides a great opportunity for students to increase their knowledge in both technical and non-technical procedures, with built-in software providing feedback and guidance along the way. Students can practice, learn, and increase their surgical skills with peace of mind knowing they’re safely practicing without risking the life of a live patient.

Is simulation training effective?

Absolutely. Simulation training allows medical professionals to practice their skills via virtual reality without risking the safety of a live patient. They also have the benefit of reducing the demand on supervision time which leads to more skilled and confident medical professionals. Whilst using the simulator, real time guidance and feedback is provided with the software so any mistakes made are recognised instantly.


Universities throughout Australia and New Zealand would greatly benefit from investing in a surgical simulator for their students studying in the medical industry. This advanced tool allows students to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to move into their preferred field with both confidence and competence.

How much does a clinical simulation cost?

A human patient simulator typically ranges in price from $10,000 to $100,000 depending on the type, brand, features, and included support services.

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