Image Control Device for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Executive Summary

A pioneering US healthcare company is revolutionizing minimally invasive surgery with groundbreaking disposable imaging technology. Their disruptive innovation aims to replace outdated intraoperative visualization methods, accelerating the adoption of minimally invasive spine surgery techniques.

To enhance surgical outcomes while minimizing disruption, the client sought an image control device that delivers superior visualization with reduced latency and processing overhead for high-quality imaging.

Leveraging extensive devices engineering expertise, eInfochips took complete ownership, designing and developing the system, including product architecture, hardware, firmware, BOM analysis, and pre-compliance testing. The team achieved <110ms minimal glass-to-glass latency and helped the client transform their research and POC into a commercial, ISO 13485-compliant system.

Project Highlights

  • Linux BSP development and firmware design
  • Customized carrier board design and integration with Qualcomm QCS8250 SOC
  • Port existing overlay and camera control application to the new platform
  • Pre-compliance testing and IEC 60601-2, ISO 13485 certification support
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