Uniting software and hardware for robotic
orthopaedic biomechanical testing

simVITRO is a flexible merging of software and hardware components for orthopaedic biomechanical testing. It is designed to provide flexibility for end users to select the anatomical joint and have the appropriate set of software tools to support their business and/or research needs.


Designed as a universal musculoskeletal simulator. Specimen modules are available for in vitro simulation of major joints including the spine, knee, foot/ankle, hip, shoulder, elbow, wrist and more.


Systems are scalable, flexible, and configurable. simVITRO can be built around new or existing robotic infrastructure in your laboratory or testing facility.


Utilize the expertise of the Cleveland Clinic BioRobotics Laboratory to help you develop your state of the art facility.

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Designed with flexibility and customization in mind, simVITRO® can be configured to provide unique solutions to your challenges. Our team’s extensive experience allows us to provide turn-key solutions based on our systems engineering approach. Learn More…