Elevate your efficiency with our technology.

Go beyond 2D and barcodes to RFID and RTLS Tracking

Innovating Healthcare

Developing the next generation of patented Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and Real Time Location System (RTLS) technology for healthcare asset management and tracking.

Surgical Safety Scanner

Our comprehensive enterprise solution for instrument, scope and equipment management was developed based on the avionics model of supply chain and asset management. With a user-friendly interface, integrating with existing workflow and processes is simple. The interface provides all required documentation: location, use and maintenance of all assets, along with reprocessing and case history data.

Are you ready to increase efficiency within your institution?

Increased Patient Safety

User-friendly interface to make integrating existing workflow and process simple

Inventory Optimization

Track frequently used items while minimizing redundancy and used items

Instrument Management

Track all your assets to manage, improve efficiency and optimize utilization

Provider Satisfaction

Accurate surgical trays and maintained equipment help reduce OR duration

Data and Reporting

Utilize RTLS and RFID technology to provide a mechanism for flexible scope tracking


Direct savings through elimination of lost instruments and time savings

The Products & Technology

Our unique hardware and software technology for the operating room enables real-time tracking of surgical instruments or any other hospital assets within the institution and worldwide.

Instrument Tracking

Our technology offers a sophisticated real-time solution to tracking instruments intraoperatively in the most difficult of environments when zero-fault accuracy is necessary.

Scope Tracking

Utilize RTLS and RFID technology to provide a mechanism for flexible scope tracking through through the cleaning process, cabinet storage, procedure room and hospital location.


Real Time Location System technology to track all of your assets for overall management, increased efficiency, optimized utilization and improved patient safety.