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Activ Surgical Joins Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program

Participation to include a collaboration with Innominds to develop next-generation surgical sensing capabilities that will reduce preventable surgical errors and complications across the U.S. and globally.

Activ Surgical Introduces New Surgical Intelligence and Sensing Platform to Revolutionize Surgery

ActivEdge, an artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-learning (ML) platform, is designed to provide critical real-time intelligence and visualization to improve patient outcomes, avoid preventable surgical errors and complications, and provide significant overall savings to healthcare systems. The platform and its associated products will be initially available in the U.S. market, with plans to commercialize globally in 2021.

The American Society of Anesthesiologists and Digital Surgery Announces the Launch of a New Simulation App Activity

2/4/19: ASA President Linda Mason, M.D., FASA said, "We're excited to be working with Digital Surgery to fill a need in the medical community. Delivering high caliber education in a format that is easily accessible to all members of the anesthesia care team is crucial, and one that will have a great effect on patient safety and contribute to more successful outcomes."

Digital Surgery Deploys First Surgical Artificial Intelligence System for the Operating Room

7/16/18: “This is a huge milestone for the future of surgery because it lays the foundation for how AI and computer vision will support surgical teams to deliver safer surgeries. It also enables the next generation of robotic surgery, giving these future systems the capability to function more intelligently and safely,” said Dr. Jean Nehme MD, co-founder and CEO of Digital Surgery.

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