Cambridge Medical Robotics, a company which is developing a robotic system for minimal access surgery, has closed its Series A funding round, raising a further $26m.
The investment came from existing investors Cambridge Innovation Capital, LGT Global Invest, Escala Capital and ABB Technology Ventures, and new investor Watrium.
Together with the first tranche in July 2016, the Series A round has raised $46m in total. Continue reading Cambridge Medical Robotics raises another $26 million in funding
Cambridge Medical Robotics, which is developing a surgical robot, has released the first photographs of the system, Versius.
The images show the “revolutionary” design of the robot, including its “highly versatile” surgical bio-mimicking arms.
The release of the photographs marks a major milestone, says CMR, which aims to make minimal access surgery available to all the estimated 6 million people a year who could benefit and make it easier for laparoscopic surgeons to learn and perform the technique. Continue reading Cambridge Medical unveils its new surgical robot