Our culture and spirit
We want innovative contributions. Everyone at Brainlab makes a critical contribution and, therefore, we want people who don’t know their limitations. We hire primarily for talent and passion rather than experience and formal education.
We want authentic people who can build and maintain meaningful and trusting relationships with our customers. Unlike other organizations in which customer contact is monopolized by a select few, almost all employees at Brainlab have the chance for direct customer interaction, from R&D to purchasing.
Together we speak the language of innovation
Brainlab has had a lot of milestones since 1989, growing from a one-man operation to a global leader in medical technology. Below are ten major highlights from Brainlab history.
Stefan Vilsmeier establishes Brainlab in his parents’ home, using proceeds from his bestselling book about 3D graphics.
Brainlab opens first office
An apartment in Poing, a small town near Munich, serves as the first Brainlab official headquarters.
Brainlab acquires Voyant Health
Israel-based cloud computing expert Voyant Health, which would later be renamed Brainlab Israel, is acquired by Brainlab.
Brainlab launches modular software
Brainlab introduces Elements applications, a defining approach to planning software for surgery and radiotherapy.
Brainlab collaborates with AANS
Brainlab partners with the American Association of Neurological Surgeons to create a registry for stereotactic radiosurgery treatments.
Brainlab partners with Boston Scientific
To advance deep brain stimulation procedures, Brainlab partners with Boston Scientific.
Brainlab opens new HQ
Brainlab moves into newly constructed headquarters at the site of the former historic Munich Riem airport.
Brainlab partners with Magic Leap
Brainlab enters a strategic development partnership with spatial computing leader Magic Leap to bring mixed reality to surgery.
Brainlab expands with new companies
Brainlab acquires Level Ex and VisionTree; founds new subsidiary, Snke OS, focused on helping health tech grow and scale.
Brainlab acquires Mint Medical
Heidelberg-based Mint Medical, experts in medical reading and reporting software, is acquired by Brainlab
Products & Services
Brainlab creates software-driven medical solutions that digitize, automate and optimize clinical workflows. Our core products and services center around surgical navigation, radiotherapy, digital operating room integration, and information and knowledge exchange.Discover more
Our Core Values
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