13 July 2022 | News
Operations to begin in India
Japan-based world’s first 3D-printed prosthetic legs maker Instalimb raised 445 million yen (Rs 26 crore) in Series A funding in Japan (including investment, loans, and grants) to foray into the Indian market and launched its technologically advanced prosthetic wear solutions in Gurgaon.
The game-changing startup aims to deliver the highest-quality prosthesis leg with socket (tech) and alignment (PO quality) to 48 million people who currently do not have access to a device in the world.
Selected as a 'J-startup' by the Japanese government as one of the best technology start-ups in Japan, Instalimb products are inspired by 3D and AI technology that offers the much-needed comfort and desired fit for the end-users.
Yutaka Tokushims, CEO, Instalimb, said, “With our launch in India, we are expecting to reach out to a larger set of individuals who need this kind of advanced assistance and help them to get back their active lifestyle.”
Funded by the Japanese government, Instalimb has connected with eminent hospitals like AIIMS as well as one of the largest organizations, Jaipur Foot for collaborative projects.