HISAKA Signed DSM System Licensing Agreement with Exploit Technologies
3 October 2011 — On 30th September 2011, Hisaka (Singapore) Pte Ltd („HISAKA“), the wholly owned subsidiary of Hisaka Holdings Ltd, officially signed a technology license agreement with Exploit Technologies Pte Ltd („ETPL“), the commercialization arm of Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), for Digital Stereo Microscope (DSM), an innovative medical technology.
Under the agreement, HISAKA acquires the rights to use the licensed technology to develop the DSM system for human surgical applications.
The DSM concept was conceived by Professor Lim Beng Hai from the National University of Singapore Hospital (NUSH) and developed with the National University of Singapore’s Robotics and Control Group under the Department of Mechanical Engineering. This clinician-researcher collaboration was funded by A*STAR and ETPL with the aim to develop a prototype for microsurgical applications.
Unlike existing surgical display technologies which require surgeons to fix their eyes on optical microscope eyepieces for long periods of time, the DSM system consists of a digital touch-screen panel with a large field of view and intuitive touch-screen controls which reduces exertion and stress on the surgeon. The design of the DSM system maintains the hands and display panel in line of sight of the surgeon which facilitates better hand-eye coordination. With these benefits, the Digital Stereo Microscope (DSM) system aims to replace the current optical surgical microscope used in microsurgeries.
Besides real-life surgical applications, the DSM system is also expected to be an invaluable aid for medical training and research as the digital screen allows annotation and measurement – making it an essential teaching and research tool.
„DSM system is the next step HISAKA has taken after PBW – we are confident that it would enhance the company’s medical portfolio and help increase our market awareness.“ said HISAKA’s CEO, Mr. Jackie Cheng, referring to Portable Blood Warmer (PBW) System which is also a technology licensed product from A*STAR.
Moving forward, HISAKA is committed to develop, manufacture, market and distribute the DSM system worldwide.
About Hisaka Holdings Ltd
Established in Singapore since 1992 and subsequently listed on SGX-Mainboard in 2008, HISAKA is an industry renowned automation solutions provider with presence in Singapore, Malaysia and China. HISAKA’s core business can be classified into Mechanical Motion, Metallic Precision & Mechatronic Integration divisions, coupled with integrated Supply Chain Management support. HISAKA offers customers a comprehensive range of products that includes linear motion, bearings, pneumatic, mechatronics, optical, electrical and mechanical accessories.
In the recent years, HISAKA have been committed to develop its forte in the Medical Equipment and Eco industries. As one of the MedTech members under the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), HISAKA had successfully developed the Portable Blood Warmer (PBW) System jointly with Exploit Technologies Pte Ltd (ETPL), the commercialization arm of A*STAR, marking its first step towards future business diversifications.
About Exploit Technologies Pte Ltd (ETPL)
Exploit Technologies Pte Ltd (ETPL) is the strategic marketing and commercialization arm of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR). Its mission is to support A*STAR in transforming the economy through commercializing R&D. Exploit Technologies enhances the research output of A*STAR scientists by translating their inventions into marketable products or processes.
Through licensing deals and spin-offs with industry partners, Exploit Technologies is a key driver of technology transfer in Singapore. It actively engages industry leaders and players to commercialise A*STAR’s technologies and capabilities, bridging the gap from Mind to Market. Exploit Technologies’ charter is to identify, protect and exploit promising intellectual property (IP) created by A*STAR’s research institutes.
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