Open Bionics develops low-cost bionic hands. The Company creates advanced bionic hands for amputees using 3D scanning and 3D printing technology. Open Bionics have released designs for several of their prototypes with an open source license. The Company encourages engineers and developers to contribute to the development of bionic hands by joining their developer community. These hands provide a research platform for robotics or a test platform for prosthetics research. Each hand has been designed to be easy to build and repair.
|Employees (est.) (Jan 2020)||31||(+4%)|
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Open Bionics latest funding size
Time since last funding
|a year ago|
Open Bionics investors
|Intel, Disney Accelerator, Downing Ventures, Foresight Williams Technology EIS Fund, Ananda Impact Ventures, Williams Advanced Engineering|
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When was Open Bionics founded?
Open Bionics was founded in 2014.
Who are Open Bionics key executives?
Open Bionics's key executives are Samantha Payne.
How many employees does Open Bionics have?
Open Bionics has 31 employees.
Who are Open Bionics competitors?
Competitors of Open Bionics include Neocis, Restoration Robotics and Bionik Laboratories.
Where is Open Bionics headquarters?
Open Bionics headquarters is located at UWE North Gate, Filton Rd, Bristol.
Where are Open Bionics offices?
Open Bionics has an office in Bristol.
How many offices does Open Bionics have?
Open Bionics has 1 office.
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