Our Additive Manufacturing technology improves freedom in design, development, and production of freeform optics with shorter lead-times and at attractive pricing. It reduces risk and improves product development cycles so users can fully embrace the potential of freeform optics.
Viewpoint proposes a device that medical staff can carry in their pocket and use to see difficult veins that are otherwise not visible to the naked eye.
Tympany aims to be an international gold-standard device for ear surgery.
ReCognize is a non-invansive application for augmented reality glasses that adds a layer over the surroundings of dementing to complement impaired cognitive functions, without manual interaction needed, being first to not require premorbid familiarity.
A low-cost, automated, smart Malaria diagnostic device using numerical algorithms integrated into smart imaging platform, which reduces diagnostic workload and provides efficient precision for accurate drug prescription.
Oculo is a wearable camera device that will enable visually impaired people to access visual information around them, independently.
Gyrafit is a dynamic, customisable orthotic which adjusts the way the foot interacts with the ground using a patented heel system and a unique flexible arch support shell, offering dynamic support through each phase of the stepping cycle.
Munevo’s vision is to help people with disabilities by using new and innovative technologies. Munevoe Drive is the first wheelchair control based on smart glasses that allows user a hands-free driving experience.
Our photo bioreactor is fueled by sunlight and the air you breath out. Its combination with nanotechnology allows for the highest efficiency in cleaning indoor air and allows for a deep breath wherever you are!
Reducing 10% of the operation time in microsurgery as well as reducing errors thus increase into patient safety and recovery time reduction.
Tailor-made hand braces and orthoses are expensive and not fully tailored to the needs of the person using them. Not to mention, they are not the most beautiful pieces out there. Pieter Smakman came across this problem during his graduation project at the TU Delft and together with his friend and colleague, Robin Jones, took […]Read more
The EIT Health Pitch Day marked the end of this year’s EIT Health Validation Lab, and sent 17 early-stage MedTech startups into the market. The event was held entirely online on October 27 and gave teams a chance to pitch their innovation to our network. Lifelet Medical took the coveted first prize. “The Validation Lab […]Read more
The fifth edition of the EIT Health Validation Lab came to an end for 10 startups at YES!Delft this week. The Pitch Day marked the close of the two-month program and brought a number of highlights with it. The event, which welcomed more than 100 guests, gave a platform to all participating startups to pitch […]Read more