London’s Acrobot, a developer of computer-assisted tools for orthopedic surgeries such as knee replacements, raised $5 million (£2.6 million) to launch its first products (PDF link). London Technology Fund and PUK Ventures led the round, joined by Imperial Innovations Group.

The company, a spinout from Imperial College London, is preparing to launch a combination software and hardware system for planning and carrying out minimally invasive and bone-conserving orthopedic surgeries.