The Robotic Assisted Joint replacement system is a recent advancement in the field of Knee replacement surgery. Every procedure has an individual based planning based on unique anatomy of a person. The system helps the surgeon to achieve precise positioning of the implants with high grade of precision during surgery. This level of accuracy can help improve the function, feel and longevity of the knee implant and joint. Robotic assisted technology includes planning through an advanced computer program where before surgery the computer scans and relays precise information about the patient’s knee joint to a robotics-assisted arm. By using this patient-specific information, the computer establishes boundaries for the robotics-assisted arm, so that the surgeon can balance the Knee joint and position the prosthesis with greater precision which is of paramount importance in longevity (life) of the prosthesis…Robotic-assisted procedures definitely have some inherent advantages over interventions done purely manually as human eye can never be so perfect in doing measurements and always there will be a chance of error. At the same time machine alone can’t take decision about the approach to treat the problem therefore an expert and skilled surgeon brain and technology combination can give the best possible results and as expected Robotic assisted replacement surgeries have definite advantages.