Ilmenau/Leipzig, 9th of November 2021 – The mobile robotics platform of tediro GmbH facilitates a wide range of therapies and diagnoses, relieves the increasing documentation workload and supports patients and therapists in ensuring a high quality of treatment. Thueringer Aufbaubank has also recognized the advantages of this innovation and is supporting the further development of the mobile robotics platform for therapy and diagnostics.
“The grant will pay in our first version of the product and cover the development of our cloud-based therapy management system. It also covers patients doing exercises on stairs as well as limited weightbearing while going with crutches to be introduced in a later product.”, says Anke Mayfarth, co-founder and managing director of tediro.
“We are happy that Thueringer Aufbaubank continues supporting research relating to our mobile robot, following a grant to a research consortium consisting of our partners TU Ilmenau, MetraLabs, and Waldkliniken Eisenberg back in 2016”, adds co-founder and managing director Christian Sternitzke.
tediro is currently hiring multiple roles relating to this project, including robotic and cloud software engineers, product managers, and the like.
About tediro GmbH
The company tediro is developing the world’s first, mobile therapy and diagnostics robot, which will take over a variety of routine activities in clinics in the future. Initially, the focus will be on AI-assisted rehabilitation. Here, tediro relies on established robot navigation technologies and develops the medical applications as digital therapy and diagnostic procedures on the robot both itself and in cooperation with partners.