Coapt signs exclusive license with Purdue

 

CHICAGO and WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind., March 8, 2016 – Coapt, the first and only provider of intuitive control systems for advanced prosthetic arms, on Tuesday (March 8) announced it has licensed implantable technology from Purdue Research Foundation that marks a significant milestone in bionic limb technology.

Coapt already helps some of the more than 100,000 upper-limb amputees in the United States participate in work and daily routines with ease. Its plug-and-play hardware seamlessly integrates with every major powered prosthetic arm component, making it easy for an array of amputees, from soldiers to farmers to lawyers, to regain their independence with minimal training time.

 

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