Key Features

Any Surgical Kit

SUIS identifies any surgical kit content. It acquires the image of the table in real time and recognizes all the instruments simultaneously by using artificial intelligence algorithms.

No Human Error

SUIS reduces human error. Following a predefined order, instruments are signalled by color code until they all are neatly placed in the container for sterilization.

Time Saving

SUIS reduces kit reassembling time by outlining the correct instruments to be processed. The operator, during the training phase, can check the information provided on the monitor and manually confirm or correct the choices made by the system.

No DataMatrix or RFID

It works without DataMatrix or RFID, thus avoiding any alterations or marks on the surgical instruments.


It automatically builds the CSSD's instrument inventory.

Follows Checklists

SUIS reports the surgical instruments that are not present in the packaging checklist.

Automation for Process Safety

Traceability, consistency, and workflow optimization are of fundamental importance in meeting the complexity of in-house or outsourced sterilization services.
The packaging of surgical sets is one of the most critical phases that has not yet benefited from automation procedures already standard in the washing and sterilization phases. The fundamental contribution of human intervention in such a complex activity offers potentialities and criticalities: staff with different experiences, training of new operators, specialized procedures, need of back up.
Introducing artificial intelligence to serve surgical set packaging helps guide procedures, reduce their complexity and the risk of human error.

Introducing AI

SUIS, the surgical instrument vision system, guides staff step-by-step through set packaging procedures, preventing identification errors, reducing procedure time, particularly for complex loan sets.
This leading technology is an innovative vision system based on artificial intelligence, quickly identifying the surgical instruments at once.
It works without DataMatrix or RFID and does not need any alterations or marks on the surgical instruments.
SUIS identifies the surgical instruments of a kit by their shape, outlines extraneous items in the kit, and guides the operator through the sequence.