GestSure’s touchless interface allows surgeons to control operating room computers while scrubbed in. The system integrates easily with hospitals’ existing computer networks and can be controlled using simple hand gestures.
Many surgeons rely on patient body scans in order to perform surgery. Unfortunately, surgeons can’t use computers while operating, because they must remain sterile. Gestural control of computer systems offers the most versatile, accurate and precise navigation of diagnostic imaging, while maintaining complete sterility in the operating room.
Co-Founder & CEO
A Waterloo-trained mechatronics engineer with specialization in machine vision, Jamie brings a number of skills to the team. He has co-founded two technology companies before GestSure, growing them into successful businesses.
Co-Founder & CTO
Greg comes to GestSure with a background as a senior software engineer for a medical devices company. He has expertise in embedded systems, the software development process, and a number of important platforms. Greg studied computer engineering at the University of Waterloo.
Co-Founder & Medical Lead
A general surgery resident at the University of Toronto with an electrical engineering background, Matt helps bridge GestSture with the demanding world of the operating room. GestSure’s use of gestural interfaces originated from Matt’s frustration with not being able to manipulate the technology around him while scrubbed into the operating room.
Sales Engineer & Operations Lead
A former mechanical engineering consultant with a specialization in biomechanics from the University of Waterloo, Sharon supports the team with experience in sales and contract negotiations. Her extensive knowledge of project management is a great asset to the team.