Augmedics is fully focused on becoming a leader in breakthrough technologies for surgery.

To achieve our goal, we constantly develop cutting-edge technologies which will be the foundation of future surgery.

Would you prefer to look directly at your patient while navigating?


navigating without xvision

Surgeon looking at distant screen

IR line-of-sight interrupted by other team members standing between camera and patient

Lengthy set-up time

navigating with xvision

Surgeon looking at patient

IR camera placed on surgeon's head giving surgeon full control of IR line-of-sight

Novel markers and frames for safer, easier, and faster deployment

xvision allows surgeons to fully focus on what they see inside a patient’s anatomy, without having to look away to a monitor. Vital real-time information is therefore available to them in an intuitive manner and with no external distraction.

The xvision system will also utilize an array of sensors and collect surgical information which, when connected to a big data system, will analyze and process the data, using profound learning algorithms to provide alerts and suggestions to assist the surgeon during the procedure.


Augmented Reality see-through lenses

Wireless head-mounted display

Highly accurate

IR tracker

system highlights

NVIDIA Tegra processor


ergonomic design

“If we can increase the information we gather, this is all going to lead to efficiency, this is going to lead to better outcomes, and it is going to lead to better safety.”

- Dr. Daniel Sciubba


The intuitive xvision™ system provides clear visualization and surgical navigation of each and every one of the spinal vertebra. As such, it is of great benefit in surgeries for degenerative spine issues, correction of spinal deformity, tumor resection, and general spinal trauma cases. The xvision system is invaluable in surgical workflow management and can also reduce stress in the working environment.

When working with the xvision navigation system, you’ll be able to preset key parameters such as trajectory projections in the customizable user interface. You can also pre-select the implants you plan to use, as well as the surgical tools you think would work best for the presenting patient. xvision also has an automatic tool selection feature. Whichever instrument you choose to navigate with, you’ll find it has an on-screen tool that gives you quick access to its controls for speedy changes. 

From the moment you pick up the scalpel – and until you have the implants securely in place, xvision keeps you fully aware of the precise position of both instrument and implant, so you can:


•    View the unique anatomy of your patient throughout the procedure, whether open or minimally-invasive, which is useful when it comes to choosing the implant most appropriate for each vertebra and so optimize your biomechanical construct.

•    Streamline rod placement.

•    Assess and save potential virtual screw positions.

•    Plan your access, osteotomies, and implant trajectories intraoperatively.

•    Quickly and easily configure settings or use your presets and previously defined preferences to reduce preparation time.

•    Easily switch between complex open cases and minimally invasive cases, with navigated instrumentation designed for each step in the chosen spinal procedure.


the company

Nissan Elimelech

Founder, CEO

Ilanit Avni


Daniel Messinger

Mechanical Designer

Dekel Matalon

Software Engineer

Yaakov Rothschild

Electronics Engineer

Stuart Wolf


Ziv Amitai

Systems Engineer

Natalie Starodubsky

Software Engineer

Nitzan Krasney

Software Engineer

Edi Altman


Dr. Tami Harel

VP Regulatory,

QA & Clinical Affairs

Nachum Gerner


Avital Arbel


Asaf Saban

Software Engineer

Chen Landoy-Eini


Tzur Herman

Director of Innovation

Ron Zaidman

Software Engineer

Elazar Gerland

Algorithm Engineer


public relations


our collegium


1 Ha-Tsmikha st.

Yoqneam, Israel



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