How hospitals could be rebuilt, better than before

A great article from the Economist on the future direction and travel of healthcare provision. The article underlines the potential for improved patient outcomes through the use of systems such as our FeelRealVR haptic VR/MR training system which is creating flight simulators for surgery.

Click here or the image below to read the full article.

New Scientist review

We recently welcomed the New Scientist to our London office to review our unique FeelRealVR software and demonstrate how we are creating ‘flight simulators’ for surgeons and discuss our plans for further programme rollout.

In their subsequent article we also were pleased to receive positive reviews from world renowned surgeons Dr. Stan Dysart of Pinnacle Orthpaedics in Georgia USA and Dr. Shafi Ahmed of the Royal London Hospital and the Royal College of Surgeons Tutor and Training Programme Director.

To read the article please click here.

 

 

Join us at GTC17, San Jose May 9-11

Join us at GTC17, Nvidia’s ultimate Deep Learning & GPU developer conference and exhibition. We will be displaying at booth #926. We will be showcasing the latest “flight simulator for surgery”.

Our mission: To help create a safe, repeatable and measureable experience where healthcare professionals (HCPs) can practise and refine their surgical skills. And in so doing transform the speed and quality of surgical knowledge transfer globally, to enable better prepared surgeons to operate in more effective ways for better patient outcomes.

 

Join us at Collision 2017

If you are planning to go to Collision 2017 in New Orleans May 2-4 come and try out the latest “flight simulator for surgery”.

Our mission: To help create a safe, repeatable and measureable experience where healthcare professionals (HCPs) can practise and refine their surgical skills. And in so doing transform the speed and quality of surgical knowledge transfer globally, to enable better prepared surgeons to operate in more effective ways for better patient outcomes.

Find out more about Collision here www.collisionconf.com.