VirtaMed and Andromeda Surgical Improve Surgical Robotics

Schlieren ZH/San Francisco – VirtaMed has entered into a partnership with Andromeda Surgical, a medtech company specializing in surgical robots. Surgical robotics is set to be advanced with digital twins.

VirtaMed, the Schlieren-based company specializing in medical simulators, is now working with Andromeda Surgical (AS). In a LinkedIn post, AS based in San Francisco is referred to as a pioneer in autonomous surgical robotics. Both companies aim to advance surgical robotics with digital twins, it is further stated.

"The work that Andromeda Surgical is doing with simulators truly brings the vision of Digital Twins to life. This is a significant milestone in our mission to advance surgical training and patient care," quotes Raimundo Sierra, CEO of VirtaMed. "By combining VirtaMed's state-of-the-art simulation technology with Andromeda Surgical's innovative robotic systems, we enable research and development with digital twins, setting a new standard in surgical precision and training," states the quote.

VirtaMed's surgical simulators provide the Andromeda Surgical team with realistic training and development environments. This makes it possible to test new ideas and optimize innovations on virtual patients. "Our digital twins offer an unprecedented opportunity to simulate real-life scenarios and optimize surgical strategies," says VirtaMed.

"VirtaMed's expertise in surgical simulation is a perfect complement to our AI-driven approach," said Nick Damiano, CEO of Andromeda Surgical. The collaboration is intended to improve the capabilities of Andromeda Surgical's autonomous surgical robots.

VirtaMed is based in the IJZ Innovation and Young Entrepreneur Center and is a member of Start Smart Schlieren. ce/gba

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