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An Estonian company offering solutions how to measure bone loading. The Company is looking for cooperation partners to facilitate adoptions of the technology


Profile Type
Technology offer
POD Reference
Term of Validity
14 June 2024 - 14 June 2025
Company's Country
Type of partnership
Research and development cooperation agreementCommercial agreement with technical assistance
Targeted Countries
All countries
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General information

Short Summary
Estonian SME that develops applications on the borderline of Spacetech and Healt tech. The technology helps to measure dynamic weight bearing by using specialised software and hardware combination, enabling patient post-op recovery tracking and rehabilitation programme performance.

The company is looking for early adopters that will advocate to facilitation of the product
Full Description
Degenerative bone disorders affect people from all walks of life, including the general population, athletes and even Astronauts. 1 in 3 women (and 1 in 5 men) suffer from Osteoporosis, 57M people in Europe suffer from osteoarthritis, which costs the UK alone £12 billion; and 100’s of thousands of joint replacements are performed each year. The “problem” is vast andthe proposed technology is starting with those that have suffered to the point of requiring surgery. Recovery post surgery is not standard; it is not measured, and it is not objective, thus patients do not always achieve the outcome they want.

The technology provides a means to safely, assess patients weight bearing capability and distribution in a simple assessment that is executed in under 2 minutes. In doing assessments at key stages of rehabilitation, hospitals will set their standard of recovery (evolving discharge), drive accountability and obtain operational insight that will lead to positive improvements in patient care delivery.

Currently they have won an European Space Agency Tender to test their product on a parabolic flight to test their equipment in zero-gravity conditions.

Partnership types:
Research and development cooperation agreement: To partner with R&D organizations to develop proposed solutions even further
Commercial agreement with technical assistance: Looking for partners with technical knowledge to make product adoption easier.
Advantages and Innovations
The technology is borne out of clinical research that demonstrated the ability to increase bone mineral density at key loading sites in the body. The research resulted in a method to quantifying skeletal loading that incorporates the three key variables of bone adaptation (magnitude, frequency, and duration).

The Company has generalised the technique, added novel analytical measures to determine the degree of loading and off-loading and wrap
Stage of Development
Already on the market
Sustainable Development Goals
Goal 3: Good Health and Well-being

Partner Sought

Expected Role of a Partner
They are actively seeking strategic partners who are already established in the market and are willing to help to faciliate te adoption of proposed solution. They are reaching out to businesses and R&D Institutions with interest in space technologies meeting Healthtech.

General objective of the partnership: To establish strategic partnershipsthat enable the creation of value with entities in the health sector, through the positioning and sale of its products on the international market.
Type and Size of Partner
R&D InstitutionUniversityBig company
Type of partnership
Research and development cooperation agreementCommercial agreement with technical assistance

Call details

Coordinator required


Technology keywords
06005003 - Health information management06005002 - Sensors & Wireless products01004001 - Applications for Health
Market keywords
02007012 - Medical/health software
Sector Groups Involved
Aerospace and Defence
Targeted countries
All countries