intuBot is an assistive device for easier and safer tracheal intubation. The robotic endoscope detects anatomical features and manoeuvres accordingly into the trachea.
Improving Tracheal Intubation: Breaking the Wall of Complex Endoscopy
Philippe Ganz was born in Zurich but grew up in Austria. He holds a BSc Degree in Physics from TU Vienna and a MSc in Biomedical Engineering from ETH Zurich. After gaining his first industrial MedTech experience in regulatory compliance, he incorporated aiEndoscopic AG, a spin-off from the three prominent Zurich Universities: ETH, University of Zürich, and the University Hospital Zurich. aiEndoscopic revolutionizes modern endoscopy, combining artificial intelligence with robotic endoscopy to make complex endoscopic procedures simpler or even autonomous. As their first application, aiEndoscopic solves the lifesaving process of tracheal intubation. Promoting the startup’s vision, he got listed in the Forbes DACH 30 under 30. Next to his entrepreneurial work, you can find Philippe playing chess, “not well but fast,” or practicing Brazilian jiu-jitsu.