Surgeons are a rare breed: even among doctors. Their ability to keep a calm head in literal life or death situations is what sets them apart. But they’re also reliant on a broader team of experts and assisting doctors to help them get the best possible patient outcomes. It’s the same where medical teaching and proctoring are concerned. Surgeons learn by observing and by doing. That’s why having as much surgical support, guidance and expertise in real-time is essential in any modern day operating theatre. But those attending surgeries can’t be everywhere at once – meaning their ability to be present is limited to where they can be physically. But thanks to technical advancements in the remote surgery space – that’s changing. In fact, arguably innovations like our R&C mirrOR give them an even better viewpoint of surgeries – as surgeons can also connect different video feeds into their live feeds.