Inovus Medical CTO, Jordan Van Flute said: “I couldn’t be prouder of what our engineering team have achieved in past 12 months. Whether it’s using advanced AI driven computer vision techniques to track surgical instruments, the development of our very own augmented reality camera or the soft tissue models. Everyone has contributed to what can only be described as a significant advancement in technology.”
Professor Tony Young, National Clinical lead for innovation at NHS England said: “The fusion of virtual reality with keyhole surgical simulators represents the next step in how we train surgeons and the LapAR™ from Inovus Medical is leading the way in this field. I am delighted that this cutting-edge technology has arisen from one of the NHS England Clinical Entrepreneurs, Dr. Elliot Street. Innovations like this can help us transform medical education and training and equip the NHS and other healthcare workforces across the globe with the skills and knowledge they need to deliver high quality patient care.”
Dr Raffaella Roncone, SBRI Healthcare Lead said: “SBRI Healthcare enabled Inovus Medical to accelerate the development of LapAR™, by harnessing the latest technology. The team delivered over and above the original brief. The product which democratises access to medical education and training, upskilling the workforce, stands to save the NHS £60+ million per year through improved operative efficiencies alone. We are delighted that through programmes like SBRI Healthcare, NHS England and NHS Improvement can invest in disruptive technologies to transform the NHS and improve patient care. We are extremely proud of what the team delivered in such a short time and delighted to see Inovus Medical thrive”.
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