Open Bionics Partners with the NHS for Feasibility Study

Open Bionics hands and limbs can produce its robotic hands in a matter of days and for a few thousand dollars.

The deal involves a feasibility study with the NHS through SBRI Healthcare to see if Open Bionics can provide a multi-grip bionic hand to amputees for significantly less money, possibly saving the NHS millions of pounds — a significant development considering hospital-grade myoelectric hands and limbs can cost up to $100,000 in some cases, take a long time to get and don’t always fit well.

If you like this be sure to check out the Ada Hand on Wevolver.


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