Global R&D functions as an outsourcing R&D team that provides cost and time effective solutions for the development of sophisticated projects requiring the use of high-level technology while preserving short delivery times at a limited budget.

Global R&D has ISO 9001:2008 certification and is an authorizing supplier of IAI and MOD. All designs and products done by Global R&D are tested to surpass all the conditions and exigencies of the most rigorous medical standards.


Global R&D has expertise in sophisticated imaging systems on the visible spectrum, Digital Xray, Mammography, Ultrasound, CT, NMR, and thermal spectrum.

Since the first medical high-resolution imaging system in the world with 2x 1280x1024 pixels developed in Elscint in 1982 by our founder Eliezer Jacob, we developed hundreds of sophisticated systems for the medical community.

We are experts on hardware on-the-fly processing for tasks requiring heavy calculations on huge amounts of data in no time.

Global R&D has expertise on the analog handling and processing of tiny signals like 50fA X-ray detectors used for CT or 1nV sensors used for remote signal sensing.

The achievement of the best SNR on those low-level signals is the key to the success of a good product.

We will provide you with the complete solution from the analog to the digital.

Global R&D specializes in precision positioning systems for delicate to powerful robotics as required for many medical systems.

We have experience in the design of delicate ultra-precise robots to help in neurological and spinal surgery.

We also have experience in the design of exoskeleton robotics to help the handicapped

Medical Applications

Medical Applications
  • Precision positioning robotics systems
  • X-ray imaging systems
  • On-the-fly hardware embedded image processing
  • High sensitive sensors and signal conditioners
  • Low power intelligent embedded processing.
  • Small size battery operated systems


Mazor robotics precision robot control, sensors conditioners and positioning h/w embedded algorithms