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Active Intelligence® Smart Technology

ExactechGPS®

Experience the world’s only navigation for knee, shoulder and ankle replacement surgery — all with no capital cost.

Surgeon-Controlled. Improved Outcomes. No Capital Cost.

Powered by Exactech AI, our pioneering GPS technology puts you in the driver’s seat with real-time precise, and accurate surgical insights for total joint replacement surgery.

Exactech Knee

GPS Knee

Dynamic soft tissue analytics, pre-resection operative insights and full-range personalized planning for TKA.

Exactech GPS Shoulder Active Intelligence AI Technologies Ecosystem

GPS Shoulder

Preoperative planning with real-time intraoperative instrument guidance and verified implant placement for TSA.

Exactech GPS Ankle with Active Intelligence

GPS Ankle

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Exactech GPS AI Smart Technologies

Speed to Navigation.

  • Easier and faster access with no capital cost.
  • Quick learning curve.1-2

You’re in Control.

  • Unlike robotics, compact and mobile in the sterile field.
  • Wide field of view at 135 degrees.
  • Proven sub-millimetric accuracy and precision.3-5

Enhanced Performance.

  • Improved functional outcomes.6-7
  • Improved patient satisfaction.8
  • Highly marketable to patients.

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Practical,
evidence-based, cost-effective solutions.

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  1. Dai Y et al. Surgeon Experience in the Adoption of a CAOS Enhanced Total Knee Arthroplasty: A Global, Multi-Surgeon Evaluation. Presented at CAOS 2019.
  2. Advanced Analysis on Learning Curve of Computer-Assisted Total Knee Arthroplasty. Presented at CAOS 2018.
  3. Accuracy and precision in resection alignment: Insights from 10,144 clinical cases using a contemporary computer-assisted total knee arthroplasty system. The Knee. 2020 Jun;27(3):1010-1017.
  4. Greene A. et al. Navigated vs. non-navigated results of a CT based computer assisted shoulder arthroplasty system in 30 cadavers. Presented at ISTA 2018.
  5. Nashikkar P., et al. Role of intraoperative navigation in the fixation of the glenoid component in reverse total shoulder arthroplasty: a clinical case-control study. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2019 Sept.;28(9):1685-1691.
  6. Dai Y et al. CAOS TKA Provides Improved Functional Outcomes Compared to Conventional TKA. Presented at CAOS 2020.
  7. Greene AT et al. Two-year clinical outcomes of total shoulder arthroplasty performed with a computer navigated surgery system. Presented at CAOS 2022.
  8. Huddleston J et al. Improved Clinical Outcomes With Dynamic, Force-Controlled, Gap-Balancing in Posterior-Stabilized Total Knee Arthroplasty. Journal of Arthroplasty. 2024.