Manufacturer agnostic plug-and-play technology​

Our technology is a software based intraoperative AR-tool, targeting the segment of minimally invasive surgery. By utilizing existing equipment, we apply an AR-filter to the minimally invasive video feed, providing the surgeon with real-time information about anatomical structures within the organ of interest. The first product to be commercialized, built on our technology, will target liver cancer surgery. The product package includes two hardware components: a plug-and-play box and a tablet. The plug-and-play box connects easily to the camera equipment, ensuring seamless integration of the AR-filter into the video feed. Through the tablet, the surgeon can interact with the software, customizing options and adjusting visual elements. Additionally, a single-use medical device will be offered as part of the product package.

Overcoming today’s challenges

The main barrier to adopting minimally invasive surgery for abdominal cancers lies in the procedure’s complexity, including challenges such as limited visualization, lack of depth perception, difficulty in navigating complicated anatomies, absence of tactile feedback, and the risks of not fully removing tumors. Addressing these issues is crucial to facilitate a shift from traditional open surgeries to minimally invasive surgery, ultimately reducing the strain on patients, surgeons, and the global healthcare system.

Facilitating minimally invasive surgery

Our novel technology improves visualization and simplifies procedures for surgeons performing minimally invasive surgery, while also reducing the learning curve for new surgeons or those transitioning from open surgery, making it the obvious choice instead of open surgery.

Enabling treatment of more patients

By increasing the use of minimally invasive surgery, patients have a shorter hospital stay and experience less complications, leading to more available hospital beds- and resources to treat more patients.

Substantial cost reductions

By reducing the duration of hospital stays, lowering complication rates, and speeding up recovery, more patients can be treated within the same healthcare infrastructure, leading to a significant reduction in hospital costs.

How it works

Connect the plug-and-play box to surgical camera equipment and prepare the patient for surgery in line with standard procedure.

Insert the single-use device, generate input data using an imaging modality, and use the tablet to segment and plan the AR overlay.

Once ready, press start and perform surgery with intraoperative AR-guidance in real time.