Polaris - Neuronavigation systems


DESCRIPTION OF Polaris - Neuronavigation systems

The following is an overview of the benefits offered by the Polaris Spectra and Polaris Vicra optical measurement systems. Unless noted, all features apply to both systems.

Exceptional Accuracy

Advanced tracking algorithms provide exceptional accuracy

Optional Accuracy Assessment Kit (AAK) available to perform quick, in-field accuracy assessments

Multiple Measurement Volumes

The measurement volume is the area in which the tool is tracked (within NDI accuracy specifications).

Short Warm-Up Time

Maximum warm-up time of only ten minutes required to begin reliable, accurate tracking

Shock Alert

Bump detector warns if the system has experienced a significant shock

System warning recommends performing an AAK to check system accuracy

Wide Temperature Operating Range

Measure accurately within an ambient temperature range of +10°C to +40°C for Polaris Spectra and +10°C to +30°C for Polaris Vicra

No adjustments required to achieve this range

Positioning Laser (Polaris Spectra)

Polaris Spectra can be equipped with an optional integrated positioning laser

Laser assists in aligning the position sensor with the area of interest

Compact and Lightweight

Polaris Vicra Position Sensor dimensions are 273 mm x 69 mm x 69 mm (LxWxH) and weighs only 0.80 kg

Small size allows position sensor to be fixed directly to the patient table or integrated into a hardware system

Small Tool Geometries (Polaris Vicra)

New generation of tools are also small and lightweight

Polaris Vicra can track smaller tools, compared to the current Polaris System

Allows surgical instruments tracked by Polaris Vicra to be ergonomically smaller and lighter than those in current use


Mechanically durable and able to withstand the elements of medical application environments

Absorbs impact sustained from relocating the system

Maintenance and Diagnostics

Quick and easy-to-use troubleshooting utilities

Simple interface for basic data collection

Effortless background interference detection

Easy Integration

The Application Program Interface (API) allows for easy application-specific software development

The Application Program Interface is a built-in set of approximately 60 commands used to control the Polaris

The Polaris uses parameters to set values and alerts including bump status, temperature and hardware faults

SPECIFICATION OF Polaris - Neuronavigation systems

Acquisition type: optical
Surgical navigation type: maxillofacial surgery, neurosurgery, ENT surgery
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