CMR Surgical’s Versius robotic system allows doctors to perform a range of keyhole surgeries. Photo: Handout CMR Surgical’s Versius robotic system allows doctors to perform a range of keyhole surgeries. Photo: Handout
CMR Surgical’s Versius robotic system allows doctors to perform a range of keyhole surgeries. Photo: Handout
Robotics

UK robotics start-up CMR Surgical eyes Hong Kong as a launch pad for its Asia-Pacific expansion

  • The company showcased its Versius surgical robotic system at the Prince of Wales Hospital in April, helping doctors perform keyhole surgeries
  • The global surgical robots market, at US$3.57 billion this year, is seen growing at a compounded rate of 21.6 per cent annually through 2028

Topic |   Robotics
CMR Surgical’s Versius robotic system allows doctors to perform a range of keyhole surgeries. Photo: Handout CMR Surgical’s Versius robotic system allows doctors to perform a range of keyhole surgeries. Photo: Handout
CMR Surgical’s Versius robotic system allows doctors to perform a range of keyhole surgeries. Photo: Handout
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