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News and highlights

Gières (Grenoble), France, and Alzenau, Germany, September, 28 2021 – eCential Robotics, a French growth company that designs, manufactures, and markets the first unified 2D/3D robotic imaging and surgical navigation system for bone surgery indications, and SIGNUS, an international and family-run company based in Germany that has been the experienced specialist for comprehensive solutions in the surgical spine care sector for more than 25 years, today announced their long-term partnership in order to offer a common optimized solution combining navigation, robotics and implant systems that is easy to use, accurate for spine surgeons, and for the best patient benefit.

Gières (Grenoble), France, June 17, 2021 - eCential Robotics, a French growth company that designs, manufactures and markets the first unified 2D/3D robotic imaging and surgical navigation system for bone surgery indications, unveiled its surgical robotic arm as a world premiere at the annual meeting of the French Society of Spinal Surgery (SFCR), which is being held from June 17 to 19, 2021 in Bordeaux. This technological innovation will enhance its unified universal platform combining 2D/3D robotic imaging, navigation and robotic surgery.

Gières (Grenoble), France, May 26, 2021 - eCential Robotics, a French growth company that designs and produces the only system fully unifying 2D/3D robotic imaging and surgical navigation for bone surgery indications, today announced the launch of its training Institute. The eCential Robotics Institute provides healthcare professionals a customized training path to discover and optimize the use of its unified platform.

Gières (Grenoble), France, January 19, 2021 - eCential Robotics, a French growth company that designs and produces the only system fully unifying 2D/3D robotic imaging and surgical navigation, and previously known as Surgivisio, today announced the rebranding of its identity. The rebranding contributes to the strengthening of the Grenoble-based company's position as a rising player in surgical robotics. eCential Robotics, which has experienced strong growth since the commercial launch of its platform in December 2017, has secured equity, quasi-equity and debt financing, totaling close to 100 million euros to support its industrial and commercial development. The company aims to cover all bone surgery indications through the development of surgical Apps.

On December 12, 2019, Surgivisio was presented with the Grenoble Health Trophy awarded during the Economy Night organized by Présences magazine, at the Summum, Grenoble, France.

While on stage, Stéphane Lavallée, President and Founder of Surgivisio, thanked his staff. “I am honored to receive the Health Trophy on behalf of Surgivisio, but above all, I am very proud to work with such a great team, the best of all”, he said.

Gières, France, June 27, 2019 - Surgivisio today announced the launch of its pediatric application for spine surgery. The French company, which markets the only unified surgical platform combining 2D fluoroscopy, 3D imaging and real-time navigation, now offers its customers a pediatric mode with an additional X-ray optimization for dose reduction.

Grenoble, January 21, 2019. Surgical robotics company Surgivisio moves to new headquarters in the Gières district of Grenoble, world capital of surgical robotics.
The new headquarters will provide space for Surgivisio’s growing workforce, and the production plant will enable the company to further industrialize the production process of its surgical platform.