June 04, 2015      

Disruptor with a big price $ difference

SEOUL: Not only are robots for rehabilitation new, but the use of new technologies such as 3D printing could also make them cheaper.

For example, Tyromotion GmBH in Graz, Austria, disrupted conventional hand therapy with its robot Armadeo, which costs $100,000. Healthcare robots, as we've learned over the past few years, are great when replacing the limitations of human-based therapy, as well as in saving tens of thousands of dollars in long-term, outpat...

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