We’re focused on developing affordable, minimally invasive devices that scale up the availability and efficiency of minimally invasive surgery (MIS). Our surgeon-friendly devices make MIS more accessible, safer, and easier to perform which provides patients with better care.
We utilize Shaft Actuated Tip Articulation (SATA) technologies that originated from collaborative studies between the Amsterdam Medical Centre and Delft University of Technology in 2004. The patents, which were formalized in 2013, protect SATA’s single and double articulation design. We’ve since expanded our intellectual property portfolio with two new patents in 2017.