Cambridge Medical Robotics

Cambridge Medical Robotics is a private company developing the next-generation universal robotic system for minimal access surgery. Our vision is to make minimal access (or keyhole) surgery universally accessible and affordable by significantly expanding the range of procedures that can be performed robotically. CMR successfully completed preliminary cadaveric trials in May 2016, which will inform further cadaveric, animal and first-in-human trials. CMR’s technology will transform the existing market for surgical robotics. Global annual revenues for robot-assisted minimal access surgery are presently approximately $4 billion and are anticipated to reach $20 billion by 2025 ('Industry Forecast, Accuray Research'). Cambridge Medical Robotics has grown rapidly since incorporation in 2014 and has its headquarters in Cambridge, United Kingdom. The company achieved the registration of its Quality Management System to ISO 13485:2003 by Underwriters Laboratories LLC® (‘UL’) and the status as a UL Registered Firm in September 2015.
Company Growth (employees)
Coton, GB
Size (employees)
90 (est)+13%
Cambridge Medical Robotics was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Coton, GB

Cambridge Medical Robotics Office Locations

Cambridge Medical Robotics has an office in Coton

Cambridge Medical Robotics Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$20.3 m

Latest funding size

$20.3 m

Time since last funding

about 1 year


Cambridge Medical Robotics's latest funding round in July 2016 was reported to be $20.3 m. In total, Cambridge Medical Robotics has raised $20.3 m

Cambridge Medical Robotics Financial Metrics


Net income (FY, 2016)

(5.3 m)

Cash (31-Dec-2016)

3.4 m
GBPFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Pre tax profit

(1.4 m)(3.9 m)(6.9 m)

Net Income

(1.1 m)(3.1 m)(5.3 m)
GBPFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016


497 k122 k3.4 m

Current Assets

867 k1.4 m5.4 m


282 k390 k511 k


23 k209 k577 k

Total Assets

1.2 m2 m6.5 m

Accounts Payable

20 k404 k252 k

Current Liabilities

120 k5.9 m533 k

Total Liabilities

2.2 m5.9 m3.6 m

Retained Earnings

(1.1 m)(3.1 m)(5.3 m)

Total Equity

(998 k)(3.9 m)2.9 m

Financial Leverage

-1.2 x-0.5 x2.2 x
GBPFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Cash From Operating Activities

(1.3 m)(3.1 m)(5.4 m)

Cash From Financing Activities

2.1 m3.1 m9.4 m

Income Taxes Paid

285 k858 k1.5 m
Y, 2016

Financial Leverage

2.2 x

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