Boston-based startup Activ Surgical has actually raised a$15 million round of venture funding led by ARTIS Ventures, and including participation from LRVHealth, DNS Capital, GreatPoint Ventures, Tao Capital Partners and Rising Tide VC. The round will assist Activ continue to establish and expand schedule of its software application platform, which it launched to market in May. Activ Surgical’s ActivEdge platform uses information collected from surgical implements outfitted with sensors created by the company to collect real-time information during the real surgery. That information is then utilized to inform the advancement of artificial intelligence and AI-based visualizations that can supply assistance to surgeons and surgical systems to assist them minimize the incident of prospective mistakes, and eventually improve outcomes for clients. The business’s main aim is to bring technological innovation to the sphere of surgical vision, which still relies primarily

on techniques like using fluorescent dyes that go back more than 70 years. Activ wants to use computer system vision to provide real-time visual insight into things that cosmetic surgeons wouldn’t be able to see by themselves– and eventually to use those insights to power the next generation of both collaborative surgical robots and ultimately even fully autonomous robotic surgeries. ActivSight is the company’s first product in its ActivEdge platform offering, and is a small, linked imaging coddle that can be connected to existing laparoscopic and arthroscopic surgical instruments. The company is currently tracking toward getting their hardware cleared by the FDA for use by Q4 this year, and are working with eight healthcare facility partners for pilot jobs in the U.S. The company has raised a total of$32 million in funding to date. Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.