Surgical robotics and mixed reality company Zeta Surgical announced today that it closed a $5.2 million financing round.
Boston-based Zeta Surgical’s financing round was led by Innospark Ventures, with participation from TSVC, Y Combinator, Trevor Fetter and more.
The company said in a news release that it will use the funds to finalize the development of its Zeta neurosurgical navigation platform as well as its ZetaFUS non-invasive focused ultrasound system.
Among the next steps for the company with the additional funds is the completion of their initial clinical studies, obtaining FDA clearance and expanding Zeta Surgical’s technical and clinical teams.
“To date, the use of surgical guidance has been limited to long, operating room-based interventions, due to its invasiveness and complex deployment,” Zeta Surgical Co-Founder and CEO Jose Amich said in the release. “Our goal is to provide physicians with a robust, fast, and accurate guidance system deployable during any case, irrespective of where they are in the hospital or what hospital they are in. We’re thrilled to be partnering with such a strong group of investors who are aligned with our mission to improve access to safe and effective surgery.”