CMR announces plans for new UK cutting-edge headquarters
Demonstrating its dedication to the UK, CMR will home its total firm – together with engineering, analysis, manufacturing, scientific and industrial groups – beneath one roof. The house will even embrace laboratories, take a look at and ultimate meeting amenities and an indication working room.
The transfer displays the accelerated progress price the corporate has skilled, greater than doubling in measurement previously 12 months. It now employs greater than 140 individuals in Cambridge and expects to develop considerably once more in 2018.
CMR has developed Versius, a surgical robotic designed to fulfill the complicated necessities of laparoscopic surgical procedure, and has filed greater than 150 patents all through its growth. Versius, impressed by the human arm, has exceptional dexterity, flexibility and attain, to allow a new paradigm in surgical expertise in assist of CMR’s goal of constructing minimal entry surgical procedure obtainable to all.
Martin Frost, CMR’s Chief Executive Officer, mentioned: “Cambridge is the innovation capital of Europe so it’s a really perfect place for us to construct our subsequent era product; one that may convey the advantages of minimal entry surgical procedure to thousands and thousands of individuals worldwide. There are few locations on this planet the place yow will discover all the abilities you could develop and commercialise such an thrilling medical system because the Versius robotic, however the UK, and extra particularly Cambridge, is unquestionably considered one of them.
“This is a significant infrastructure investment in CMR, reflecting the momentum of the company, the confidence of its shareholders and the global market demand for Versius.”
CMR expects the new constructing to be full inside a 12 months. CMR have been suggested by Michelle Baldock of VSHLaw Solicitors and designers WMBstudio.
Evolution Business Park is positioned on the north aspect of Cambridge simply off junction 33 of the A14 between Milton and Impington.
About Cambridge Medical Robotics Limited
Cambridge Medical Robotics is a personal, British, firm growing the next-generation common robotic system, Versius®, for minimal entry (or “keyhole”) surgical procedure.
The imaginative and prescient behind CMR is to make minimal entry surgical procedure universally accessible and reasonably priced, reworking the present market for surgical robotics and addressing the six million individuals who nonetheless bear open surgical procedure annually.
Global annual revenues for robot-assisted minimal entry surgical procedure are presently roughly $four billion and are anticipated to achieve $20 billion by 2025.1
Cambridge Medical Robotics, shaped in 2014, has its headquarters in Cambridge, United Kingdom and is backed by a global shareholder base of specialist and generalist traders. The Company achieved the registration of its Quality Management System to ISO 13485:2003 by Underwriters Laboratories LLC® (‘UL’), and the standing as a UL Registered Firm, in September 2015.
For additional data, please go to: www.cmedrobotics.com
About the CMR surgical robotic system
Designed to fulfill the complicated necessities of laparoscopic surgical procedure, Versius’ compact measurement suits simply within the present surgical workflow, whereas its ergonomic console design permits surgeons to work in a approach that reduces bodily and psychological effort. Intended for use throughout a variety of surgical specialties, the flexibility and portability of Versius – enabled by a novel and patented four-axis wrist joint – expands the potential for larger utilisation. This permits healthcare suppliers to supply the advantages of robotic-assisted procedures in an economical approach.
1 Industry Forecast, Accuray Research
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