Prosthetics industry is challenged by
Failure to provide high quality bionic prosthetics to lower income countries at an affordable cost
Failure to react fast to emergencies, such
as wars, conflicts, disasters around the globe
Having all the power of modern technologies at its disposal and being stuck in the legacy solutions and organizational models failing to deliver help where it is mostly needed
Our solution targets
Versatile Art level design of a high-end stylish device, which doesn’t need to hide or mask itself
Focused on life lasting convenience, usage data collection and respective upgrades to make our prosthetics natural lasting companion
Decentralized rapidly deployable and scalable solution to source, scan and serve patients
Decentralized state of the art production solutions that allow production directly where it is needed at an optimized cost, which is times lower comparing to average industry offerings
Flexible solution that can address below elbow amputations, and, what very few companies do – above elbow amputation. Plus, exoskeletons to replace lost fingers
You can make immediate difference for candidates on our waiting list. We are interested to cooperate with donors and charity funds who share our vision and would like to help the victims of war and practically address the immense global need of quality and yet accessible, affordable and usable prosthetics. Your every donation can change a life and return dignity to a hero soldier, a child or a woman who need our help
Please contact us to discuss the strategic cooperation or send you donations to our charity fund
We invite impact investors to make a strategic difference to help millions globally investing together with us in RnD and development of new versions of our products. Please contact us to discuss details
Reimagine a prosthetic device as an AI chip that allows for automated manufacturing, local manufacturing near end users and does not require expensive support services.
The heart of our AI vision is a self-directed deep learning chip, one that can be configured to the specific needs of the end user, albeit any part of the body, any sensors, any configuration and once configured is sent to the autonomous manufacturing pod and the same pods can print, create assemble and lights out test/calibrate
the resultant prosthetic.
To achieve it we use new materials that can be 3D printed to overcome weight bearing limitations on current low cost 3D printed materials for prosthetics, printed ink based sensors that can be cost effectively integrated into a 3D print environment, and, most importantly, leverage the rapidly growing advancements in embedded AI, particularly those that are emerging from military applications.