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Last Raised

$4.37M | 8 yrs ago

About Magnetecs

Magnetecs is a company that focuses on the design and manufacture of medical technology, specifically within the healthcare industry. The company's main product is a robotic Catheter Guidance Control and Imaging (CGCI) system, which is used for minimally invasive medical procedures. This system uses an electromagnetic array to guide a magnetically-tipped catheter, allowing physicians to control surgical tools with precision and consistency, enhancing safety and dexterity. It is based in Inglewood, California.

Headquarters Location

10524 S LA Cienega Blvd.

Inglewood, California, 90304,

United States




Expert Collections containing Magnetecs

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Magnetecs is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Robotics.



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Magnetecs Patents

Magnetecs has filed 12 patents.

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Medical equipment, Catheters, Personal rapid transit, Medical equipment manufacturers, Protein domains


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Medical equipment, Catheters, Personal rapid transit, Medical equipment manufacturers, Protein domains



Latest Magnetecs News

Magnetic Catheter Guidance System from Magnetec Gets EU Clearance

Dec 19, 2011

Magnetecs, an Inglewood, California firm, received the European CE Marking for its Robotic Catheter Guidance Control and Imaging (CGCI) System.  The technology involves eight remotely controlled electromagnets that guide the movement of a magnetically-tipped EP catheter, providing precise movement with great dexterity. The display intelligently provides validation of anatomy, EP, and precise visualization of the intended work area as well as real-time display of tool location. Automated mapping of the cardiac chamber of interest removes the repetitive task of manual mapping, thereby shortening the duration of the procedure and increasing the accuracy of the generated map. Since all the imaging, tool location and control operates in the digital realm, the entire procedure is stored and available for review and playback.According to Josh Shachar, CEO of Magnetecs, the European regulatory decision will allow the company to apply its technology “for electrophysiology and interventional cardiology as well as additional fields of use.”Read More

Magnetecs Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Magnetecs's headquarters?

    Magnetecs's headquarters is located at 10524 S LA Cienega Blvd., Inglewood.

  • What is Magnetecs's latest funding round?

    Magnetecs's latest funding round is Unattributed - II.

  • How much did Magnetecs raise?

    Magnetecs raised a total of $30.2M.

  • Who are the investors of Magnetecs?

    Investors of Magnetecs include Atid Capital Partners and St. Jude Medical.

  • Who are Magnetecs's competitors?

    Competitors of Magnetecs include BioProtect, GENICON, Spine View, PEAK Surgical, Sierra Surgical Technologies and 7 more.


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