robotic-assisted surgery

is about to change

Robot-assisted surgery is regarded as a must-have by doctors and patients everywhere, due to advances in precision and dexterity, superior control, device multifunctionality, ergonomics, and avoidance of hand tremor and fulcrum effects.
Yet even today’s gold-standard solutions remain a mixed offering. Despite being mainstays of minimally-invasive surgery, many robotic procedures require multi-port access and provide limited maneuverability to the surgeon – who is furthermore required to master a massively complex, unintuitive user interface.
Due to these and other limitations, these procedures have not been proven to substantially reduce complication rates.

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From Ricardo E. Estape, MD
Director, HCA Healthcare’s Institute for Gynecologic Oncology
Kendall Regional Medical Center


is the smallest, farthest-reaching surgical system

The only FDA authorized product for transvaginal robotic surgery

The unique design of the Hominis® provides outstanding surgical and ergonomics capabilities, while keeping cost and footprint to a minimum.

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minimum footprint, minimum costs maximum capabilities

360° articulation

360° articulation

humanoid-shaped arms,
obstacle avoidance



simple docking, short setup time, easy access to the patient



Miniaturizing the surgeon inside the body

  • Unprecedented reach and articulation
    Unprecedented reach and articulation
  • Miniature humanoid-shaped robotic ARMS
    Miniature humanoid-shaped robotic ARMS
  • Small footprint ergonomic Hominis surgeon console
    Small footprint ergonomic Hominis surgeon console
  • Surgeon driven ARMS controller
    Surgeon driven ARMS controller
  • Instrument ARMS docked in Robotic Control Unit

reaching the

clinical spectrum

The Hominis surgical robotics platform is authorized for use during single site, natural orifice laparoscopic-assisted transvaginal benign gynecologic procedures including total benign hysterectomy, total benign hysterectomy with salpingo-oophorectomy, total benign hysterectomy with salpingectomy, salpingectomy, oophorectomy, adnexectomy and ovarian cyst removal.