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  • OSSimTech designs, manufactures and sales VR open surgery simulators . Our simulators expand training possibilities in the field of open surgeries with standardized and quality-assured training.
  • 930 Wellington Street, Suite 500 Montreal, Quebec H3C 1T8
  • phone : +( 1 ) 438-403-7465
  • Email : info@ossimtech.com
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February 2019
PRESS RELEASE – NOMINATION NOTICE

PRESS RELEASE – NOMINATION NOTICE

Montreal, February 19, 2019 – Mr. André Blain, President, is proud to announce the appointment of Mr. Gabriel Rivest as Executive Director of OSSimTech. Mr. Rivest’s term began on February 13...
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May 2018
OSSIMTECH NAMED SILVER EDISON AWARD WINNER 2018 IN THE MEDICAL INNOVATION CATEGORY!

OSSIMTECH NAMED SILVER EDISON AWARD WINNER 2018 IN THE MEDICAL INNOVATION CATEGORY!

We're delighted to have won silver at the EdisonAwards 2018 amongst best medical innovation category! It’s an honor to stand alongside such incredible innovations in the medical industry.
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January 2018
SIM-ORTHO D’OSSIMTECH: UN «JEU VIDÉO» QUI SAUVE DES VIES

SIM-ORTHO D’OSSIMTECH: UN «JEU VIDÉO» QUI SAUVE DES VIES

L’entreprise montréalaise OSSimTech fabrique des simulateurs haute fidélité pour former 
les futurs chirurgiens orthopédistes partout dans le monde...
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December 2017
OSSIMTECH CONTINUES TO GROW WITH A $2.15 MILLION INPUT FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEBEC

OSSIMTECH CONTINUES TO GROW WITH A $2.15 MILLION INPUT FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEBEC

At a time where simulation has become the framework of reference for the training of health professionals, the Québec government, through their program, Créativité Québec, has made a point of investing $2.15 million in OSSimTech, a new MedTech link in the Montréal startup ecosystem...
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August 2017
A NEW APPROACH FOR CHANGING TIMES

A NEW APPROACH FOR CHANGING TIMES

Surgical Education in Canada’s Residency Programs are incorporating competency based simulation as part of the new curricula. Dr. Marie-Ève LeBel describes changes in the Canadian surgical residency programs in her field of orthopaedics.
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May 2016
AUGMENTED AND VIRTUAL REALITY IN MEDICINE: 6 APPLICATIONS WE’RE KEEPING OUR EYE ON

AUGMENTED AND VIRTUAL REALITY IN MEDICINE: 6 APPLICATIONS WE’RE KEEPING OUR EYE ON

If talk of augmented and virtual reality brings to mind comically unfashionable goggles, a dearth of useful applications, and headache-inducing graphics, we’d understand. Until two or three years ago, we thought the same—they were technologies of the future and always would be.
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March 2016
OSSIM TECH SIM-K VIRTUAL REALITY ORTHOPEDIC OPEN-SURGERY SIMULATOR – VIDEO INTERVIEW FROM IMSH 2016

OSSIM TECH SIM-K VIRTUAL REALITY ORTHOPEDIC OPEN-SURGERY SIMULATOR – VIDEO INTERVIEW FROM IMSH 2016

Continuing our coverage of the IMSH exhibit floor simulation vendors, today we share about the Open Knee Surgical Simulator from OSSim Technologies simulators, which are developed by highly-skilled engineers and clinicians, using the latest  technology in haptic feedback. The virtual reality environment precisely recreates the sound, force, and imaging of real-life actions.
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February 2016
OSSIM TECHNOLOGIES CONTINUES ITS EXPANSION BY ADDING NEUROSURGERY AND SPINE SURGERY TO ITS LIST OF SURGICAL SIMULATORS

OSSIM TECHNOLOGIES CONTINUES ITS EXPANSION BY ADDING NEUROSURGERY AND SPINE SURGERY TO ITS LIST OF SURGICAL SIMULATORS

OSSim Technologies, a leader in the development and commercialization of open surgery simulators, announced today that it is pursuing its expansion in the field of open surgery simulation by adding two new surgery applications, neurosurgery and spine surgery, to its list of virtual reality simulators.
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January 2016
MONTREAL-MADE VIRTUAL REALITY SIMULATOR HELPS TRAIN YOUNG SURGEONS

MONTREAL-MADE VIRTUAL REALITY SIMULATOR HELPS TRAIN YOUNG SURGEONS

It may look like a video game, but a new virtual reality knee surgery simulator is built to teach essential skills. The Montreal-made simulator, known as the SIM-K, allows young surgeons to learn how to perform complicated knee replacements — without picking up a saw or drill.
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