The Naviswiss system is an imagefree surgical navigation system which assists the orthopedic surgeon during the implantation of an artificial hip joint. It consists of a handheld navigation device which is used to register the patients anatomy. Subsequently the navigation system helps the surgeon to guide the surgical instruments with the goal to position the implant according to the preoperative planning.
The battery powered screwdriver QuikDrive was developed for use in neuro-, craniomaxillofacial and hand surgery. This optimally balanced instrument with touch sensors for continuous, variable speed control enables the surgeon to insert and remove the smallest Stryker implant screws with a diameter of 1.2 to 2 mm. The reduced pencil-shaped form is tapered at the tip allowing the surgeon free vision within the operating area, freedom of movement and a very precise mode of operation in difficult applications.
Orpheus is an exercise device designed for the International Space Station and future Spacecrafts. As an exoskeleton, the design is the combination of "modern" and "all-purpose". The product has been designed with today’s technology to create the optimal user/product relationship. Orpheus, evolved with the idea that the only pivot point on the outer space is the human body, allows the user to use the limited interior space available on space vehicles in the most efficient way. The product offers light and flexible usage variations for the astronauts during their missions.
Workswell Wiris is designed for modern world. World that operate with modern technology as a unmanned aerial vehicles are. The main inspiration was new technologies in aviation industry and environment, where the device would be used. The design is simple, functional, elegant and a little aggressive but in harmony, that modern world need as well.
Avizia designed this one of a kind device to be a turnkey solution for health systems, hospitals, clinics and other facilities that offer telemedicine – or want to – but lack the workflow tools or devices to start or scale. The CA200 is a tablet-based video end-point that features a touch screen interface to streamline patient intake, start a video consultation, and share diagnostic data - all from a single device. The cradle offers a carrying handle and table stand for mobility, an integrated speaker for high quality audio, and a built-in battery for extended use.
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