Updates on AVRA
AVRA has been around for a while with differnet robotics concepts. There are a bunch of new images and videos available on their website.
"The AVRA Medical Robotics Systems' lightweight portability will allow for easy use in physicians clinics, ambulatory settings, and outpatients facilities alike. AVRA is focusing on truly innovative technology that is in line with current applications but delivers an innovative approach. AVRA is integrating image-guidance with navigation and organ-targeting to bring a system that is truly diverse and multidimensional. Having identified limitations in the predominantly non-autonomous systems, AVRA proposes a disruptive model, which considers design and development through a seamless collaboration of the surgeon, the engineer, and the scientist. For skin resurfacing, AVRA plans to take advantage of recent technological improvements in motors, materials, and in high-resolution imaging to use robotic devices to assist the surgeon to autonomously or semi-autonomously treat damaged skin. Presently, we are not aware of any commercially available robotic devices designed for this application.
On February 14, 2017, AVRA filed a Registration on Form S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission covering the resale of certain of our outstanding shares of common stock with a view to becoming a fully reporting public company. n July 31, 2017 the S1 was deemed effective by the SEC."
Some earlier videos: