About robots, robot development
and those who make it happen
  • 3TU

    Being the cooperation between the three technological universities of the Netherlands; Delft, Eindhoven and Twente, 3TU aims at contributing to the wellbeing in the Netherlands by improving, bundling and maximizing the creativity and knowledge in the…

  • Read more
  • Demcon

    Demcon is a Dutch company that researches and produces high-tech mechatronic systems and products for the healthcare sector and medical devices market. It is involved in the Bobbie project.

  • Read more
  • FOM (Fundamenteel Onderzoek der Materie)

    The FOM (Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter) promotes fundamental research in the field of physics. The goal of the foundation is to improve knowledge between different institutions, create a national network, and participate in international…

  • Read more
  • ICTRegie

    ICTRegie was a temporary controlling agency for ICT research and innovation that was cancelled in 2011. ICTRegie worked on projects like IMDI together with its partners, including the NOW, the STW, and the Agentschap NL.

  • Read more
  • Karl Storz

    Enjoying success for over 60 years, KARL STORZ is a highly regarded international company that is known for the sale and production of medical devices or instruments. The company creates products for three sectors, including human medicine, veterinary…

  • Read more
  • NWO

    The NWO is a Dutch organization for scientific research that has a goal of improving the quality of scientific research and stimulation of new developments, specifically the ones that can benefit the society.

  • Read more
  • Use-Lab

    Providing custom-made consultancy on laboratory equipment, medical devices and in vitro diagnostics, Use-Lab is a German tech company founded in 2001 that aims at offering more than just usability testing.

  • Read more
  • RP-7

    InTouch Health Incorporated developed a mobile robotic platform called RP-7. This medical platform lets the doctor operate remotely and integrates with Class II medical devices.

  • Read more
Sign in

X Close Panel
Forgot password?