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Features that build benefits, Curve image guided surgery challenges conventional navigation utility. Smart ergonomics, multi-directional 27″ touch terminal, digital HD, hi-fi fitted within an appealing design.


CurveTM Image Guided Surgery
Curve Dual Display showing DICOM Viewer and Cranial navigation


Curve™ Image Guided Surgery optimizes navigation with pre-op planning and surgical visualization. Surgeons are guided by images from multiple views helping increase decision-making confidence.

  • Two 27-inch touch monitors with 16:9 screen ratio provide more space to display and efficiently organize information
  • Capacitive touch technology decreases display deterioration, enhances 3D software images and produces higher contrast for crystal clear tissue differentiation
  • 1920 x 1080 pixels per display for 2D and 3D images that are beyond HD, offering more anatomical detail
  • Latest image guidance software powers advanced 3D displays and hallmark Brainlab image enrichment coupled with a fast refresh rate
  • Surgeons shift easily from DICOM viewing to surgical navigation to video routing, controlling the clinical workflow with a touch of the virtual ‘HOME’ button
Easy docking of Curve camera and monitor carts


Curve Image Guided Surgery is packed with small features that add up to big performance. The centralized ‘Start’ screen – accessible at any time via the virtual ‘Home’ button – makes launching software applications and displaying contents a breeze with drag-and-drop functionality.

  • Separate monitor and camera carts effortlessly dock together for easy moving and parking while fitting user needs perfectly with optimized usability and quick setup and tear down
  • Mobile, wireless¹ networking lets surgeons stream and record to linked workstations
  • Built-in high fidelity music dock allows surgeons to navigate to their own soundtrack
  • Eight separately moving and braking wheels maneuver easily around cables and over door jams
  • Telescopic camera height adjustment, spans as small as 67 cm / 26.37″, and as tall as 254 cm / 100″
  • Motorized adjustment and telescopic stand liberate camera setup and redefine convenience


Curve Image Guided Surgery adapts to virtually any surgical operating room setup for almost any navigated surgical intervention with an independent camera stand. Convenient laser pointer located in the camera head offers optimal orientation and positioning.

  • High setup flexibility for supine patient positioning and camera positioning right above the surgical field for certain spine surgeries
  • Extra low camera position to support cranial cases with prone patient positioning
  • 300 cm, extended camera tracking volume multiplies setup options without compromising patient registration
  • Curve redefines convenience with motorized camera adjustment.
Surgeon and non-sterile staff control separate monitors


Surgeons and staff are free to move, expand, contract, contort and control their operating room setup with multiple varieties including sterile and non-sterile combinations.

Smart ergonomics and docking mechanism, combined with an appealing design makes Curve transportation easy and storage the last thing on anyone’s mind.

  • Both surgeon and non-sterile staff operate Curve at the same time increasing efficiency and streamlining workflow
  • Surgeon controls both Curve monitors for navigating, streaming and recording while benefitting from space-saving footprint
  • Surgeon uses one Curve monitor as ‘cockpit’ for changing settings while the second monitor, placed over the patient, serves as a view-only image guidance monitor
  • Surgeon and sterile nurse each operate a Curve monitor for dual control and flexibility inside the sterile field
Curve connection panel


All-in-one smart hub based on user-centered design connects Curve to the outside world and rapidly integrates third party surgical devices. Curve is a flexible information gateway, allowing physicians to view, share and connect easily to tools both outside and in the operating room.

  • Direct DICOM patient data transfer from/to 45x USB, CD/DVD±R and hospital network
  • Network port for intraop Airo® and C-arm data
  • Digital and analog video in for various sources
  • Digital video out to connect an independent display (DisplayPort 1.2 (up to full HD 3D, 4K), DVI-I out)
  • Universal microscope in for multiple vendors
  • Quentry® stream to a remote workstation, session-share on Buzz™ Digital O.R.
  • WLAN¹ module to transfer patient data or to connect to ‘Brainlab OR web portal’
  • iCT scanner in


FDA clearance pending. Health Canada clearance pending.