Our vision

Our vision - Alesi Surgical

Alesi Surgical

Alesi Surgical develops and commercialises products that improve the safety, efficiency and outcomes of advanced surgical procedures.

The company was founded as a spin-out from the Welsh Institute for Minimal Access Therapy (WIMAT) with the vision of becoming a world leader in surgical devices. Part of Cardiff University, WIMAT runs multi-disciplinary training courses across a range of surgical and medical specialities and is the busiest multi-disciplinary training centre in the United Kingdom.

Our vision is founded on three pillars


Innovation that drives better patient care, improves surgical efficiency, and meets the needs of surgeons and operating theatre staff.


Product development that exceeds industry standards in robustness and rigour.


Commercialisation that creates value for our customers, partners, distributors and investors.

Our Collaboration With WIMAT - Alesi Surgical

Collaboration with WIMAT

Alesi Surgical and WIMAT are co-located and collaborate on research and development, testing, product design, pre-clinical evaluation and post-market clinical follow-up.

This provides a unique level of access to experienced surgeons, surgical trainers and trainees, and delivers:


Foresight on issues that affect surgical performance and outcomes.


Perspective on the compatibility of new technologies with existing techniques and instrumentation.


Insight on the training needed for the successful adoption of new products.

We welcome approaches from research-based
companies or inventors who want to explore potential synergies
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Alesi is grateful to receive the financial support of the Welsh Government to assist in its ongoing Research and Development activities. Specifically, in 2021 Alesi received a grant to help fund the development of its new integrated electrosurgical instrument and next-generation generator.

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