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Our Systems' Portability and Precision Guidance Are the Primary Factors

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.

Medical Equipment

AVRA is currently developing an intelligent medical robotic system for facial corrections (i.e., skin resurfacing) in partnership with the University of Central Florida (UCF), pursuant to a research agreement entered into with UCF effective as of May 1, 2016.

Research Lab and AVRA 3D Parts

UCF is recognized particularly for its work in the area of medical robotic research and design, focusing on the guidance systems. We anticipate that application of this expertise will allow the AVRA medical robotic system to handle a wide array of the currently available tools in the market.

The Company plans to target a large market for its initial robotic system, which currently includes such solutions as Botox and CO2 lasers used for keratosis removal and treatment of scarring, discoloration, and other skin problems that are often difficult to treat.

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