Medigus Ltd. (NASDAQ: MDGS) has announced Friday the success of its micro ScoutCam 8.0 HD in NASA’s third Robotic Refueling Mission. Medigus’s subsidiary ScoutCam Inc. is the leading developer and manufacturer of customized visual solutions. ScoutCam’s HD Micro Video Camera has achieved success in the third Robotic Refueling Mission (RRM3) of NASA, which was officially used in-orbit on October 19th-22st, 2020.
Micro ScoutCam 8.0 HD includes one module comprised of HD cameras and illumination. It was custom developed for NASA between 2015 and 2016 will serve on Visual Inspection Poseable Invertebrate Robot 2 (VIPIR2) of NASA. VIPIR2 is the robotic tool that was launched to the International Space Station on December 5, 2018.
Robotic Refueling Mission (RRM3) develops on the first two stages of International Space Station technology experiments that analyzed tools, technologies, and techniques to refuel and repair satellites in orbit. The second phase of the Robotic Refueling Mission used micro ScoutCam 1.2. It is the first generation of the company’s minuscule video camera.
Medigus Ltd. (NASDAQ: MDGS) shares were trading up 17.71% at $2.81 at the time of writing on Friday. Medigus Ltd. (MDGS) share price went from a low point around $0.83 to briefly over $5.15 in the past 52 weeks. MDGS has a trading volume of 5.19 million as compared to the average volume of 4.41 million. It has moved up 238.94% from its 52-weeks low and moved down -45.37% from its 52-weeks high. MDGS market cap has remained high, hitting $18.30 million at the time of writing.
The company has announced that it’s a great achievement that micro ScoutCam 8.0 HD was proven to be very useful in the Robotic Refueling Mission of NASA. Medigus always aimed to provide cutting-edge technology to its customers and provide them a frictionless experience.