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Innovation

Innovation is
at our Core

Innovation

Innovation is
at our Core

At Brainlab, innovation is in our DNA and has defined the company from the start. We question the status quo every day with the overarching goal of improving treatment for patients.

At Brainlab, innovation is in our DNA and has defined the company from the start. We question the status quo every day with the overarching goal of improving treatment for patients.

Our Innovative Power
at a Glance

Ingenuity
643
active patents
Diversity
79
nationalities
Cutting-edge work
>1/3
of employees
in Research & Development
Innovation at Brainlab
stems from

a diverse workforce, the cutting-edge work of our Research & Development department and the spirit of ingenuity that flows throughout the entire company. Our mission is to keep pushing the boundaries of medical technology to make the seemingly impossible possible.

Shaping the Future –
Brainlab Innovation Talks

Stay tuned for an upcoming video series covering innovative topics and featuring Stefan Vilsmeier.

Mixed Reality

Mixed Reality Viewer

Immersive Interaction
with Patient Data:
Mixed Reality

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Mixed Reality Viewer

Immersive Interaction with Patient Data:
Mixed Reality

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The Brainlab mixed reality solutions make it possible to not only view patient images two-dimensionally on a monitor but to also view them three-dimensionally in the middle of any room.

Created based on digital patient data, an anatomically accurate, digital “twin” of any patient can be viewed and examined from all sides. In general, mixed reality enables a completely new type of interaction between medical professionals, their patients and patient data.

Mixed Reality Viewer Revolutionizes Everyday Surgical Practice

The Brainlab Mixed Reality Viewer is one of the first solutions to enable this kind of interaction. It revolutionizes the planning of surgical interventions as well as the consultation of patients, the teaching and training of medical staff and, last but not least, the work in the operating room itself. The indication-specific 3D views allow for individual representations and perspectives tailored to the respective surgical intervention.

In the future, interacting with patient data should be as easy as interacting with the patients themselves. The Brainlab Mixed Reality Viewer is the first important step in this direction.

Digital Patient Model

The Basis of Individual Treatment

Basis for Personalized Therapy:
The Digital Patient Model

The Brainlab digital patient model enables computer-assisted use of three-dimensional scans, such as CT, allowing for optimal individual treatment of each patient.

Universal Patient Model Enhanced by Data from Countless Patients

Information from several thousand images of a wide variety of patients is aggregated in the digital patient model. The image data of a specific person can then be related to this universal model.

Compared to other solutions that also recognize anatomical structures in patient scans, the Brainlab model not only maps a few selected structures but captures every single “voxel” – the 3D equivalent of a pixel.

Basis for Individual Treatment

Almost an infinite amount of information about a patient’s individual anatomy can be derived from scans. Scans offer information such as the type of tissue, elasticity, biomechanical properties and much more. Clinicians can use scans to make more informed decisions and gain an unprecedented overview which can better support the administration of personalized therapies.

Robotics

Robotics

Future Technology
for the Digital
Operating Room

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Robotics

Future Technology for the Digital
Operating Room

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Computer-assisted and robot-assisted surgery are key technologies for the digital operating room of the future.

They provide the necessary link between the digital and physical worlds and transfer the precision and accuracy from imaging and surgical planning to the actual procedure.

Robotics for Maximal Precision

The Brainlab mixed reality solutions make it possible to not only view patient images two-dimensionally on a monitor but to also view them three-dimensionally in the middle of any room.

Created based on digital patient data, an anatomically accurate, digital “twin” of any patient can be viewed and examined from all sides. In general, mixed reality enables a completely new type of interaction between medical professionals, their patients and patient data.