Precision OS Technology, a Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada-based provider of virtual reality orthopedic surgical education and pre-operative planning software, secured $2.3m in Series A funding.
The round was led by AO Invest, with participation from other undisclosed investors.
Founded in 2017 and led by Dr. Danny P. Goel, co-founder and CEO, Colin O’Connor, CTO, and Roberto Oliveira, CCO, Precision OS provides orthopedic surgical education in virtual reality (VR). Its software allows practicing surgeons to perform simulated medical procedures in a realistic digital operating room and offers metric feedback to help users improve their techniques.
Looking ahead, the company is working on developing a preoperative planning tool that allows surgeons to introduce images of a specific patient’s anatomy to the software prior to conducting a procedure.