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Japanese medical equipment start-up seeks USD 11.55 million E-round financing
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Senior Associate, International Business Advisory
|Project highlights||surgical assistance robot - low costs & wide applications - USD 143 million valuation|
The Japanese medical equipment start-up manufactures a variety of surgical assistance robot products. The products include endoscope gripping robots that are suitable for different types of surgeries as well as minimally invasive surgical assistance robots. Specifically speaking, the company's products incorporate tactile information sensing during operations. Through the pneumatic drive technology, the force exerted on the top of the surgical forces can be inferred, and its tactile information (such as the gripping force on organs, the pulling force during suturing, etc.) can be fed back to the chief surgeon, thereby reducing the surgical trauma to the patient. On the other hand, the maintenance cost and selling price of the company's products are lower than those of the Da Vinci surgical assistance robots, which will greatly reduce the cost of the surgery. The company's endoscope gripping robots were launched in Japan in 2015. The company is valuated at USD 143 million and seeks USD 11.55 million (JPY 1.5 billion) for E-round financing.
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