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Aurora Ready-to-Use Tools
Six different ready-to-use tools, each with an embedded 5DOF or 6DOF sensor, support quick and easy tracking during the exploratory stages of OEM development.
No Tool Assembly, Configuration or Characterization Required
Aurora® ready-to-use tools include everything required to begin tracking right out of the box. Designed with speed and ease of integration and use in mind, these tools are an excellent introduction to the Aurora electromagnetic tracking solution during research applications and the exploratory phase of OEM research and development. No assembly, configuration, or calibration are required. (Note: Aurora ready-to-use tools are not intended for medical use.)
- Comes wired to a connector and programmed for immediate use.
- Start tracking without having to configure or calibrate the tool.
- Available in a variety of formats for diverse tracking applications.
Learn more about the Sensors embedded into Aurora Ready-to-Use tools.
NDI tracking and measurement products are general metrology components that can be integrated into customer products, research experiments, and/or as components of medical devices that require precision measurement and tracking. While NDI components and technology can be integrated into original equipment manufacturer (OEM) medical devices, they are not specifically intended for a given application and, as such, have not been developed or manufactured in accordance with medical device standards. It remains the responsibility of the OEM customer or end-user to determine and test the suitability of NDI components and technology for their intended use, including performing any required ethics approval, verification, and validation required to demonstrate suitability and compliance. System-level testing, certification, and validation are the responsibility of the original equipment manufacturer or the applicable end-user and should be completed prior to the use of NDI products or technologies in any application.
1 Based on a single marker stepped through more than 900 positions throughout the measurement volume using the mean of 30 samples at each position at 20°C
2 Accuracy stated based on overall volume