Blue Belt Technologies Wins FDA Clearance

By Byron Spice - Wed, 2013-06-26 11:06  Printer-friendly version

Blue Belt Technologies, a Carnegie Mellon spinoff that includes a number of School of Computer Science alumni and faculty members, has received FDA clearance to market its avioPFS™ orthopedic surgical system. It is the first spinoff of the Center for Technology Transfer and Enterprise Creations (CTTEC) to receive such clearance.

Among Blue Belt's staff members are co-founder Dr. Anthony DiGioia III, an adjunct faculty member in the Robotics Institute; co-founder Branko Jaramaz, associate research professor of robotics; and two former Robotics Institute staff members: robotics director Jim Moody and software development director Costa ikou (CS'96, '99).

More information is available in a university news item.

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