EGZOTech's European Union Grants

EGZOTech is a SME enterprize located in Poland, an EU member state. EGZOTech is active in medical device research and development aimed at neurorehabilitation, neurology, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and more. With that, EGZOTech is focused on product, market and operational innovation on a worldwide scale and therfore is actively involved in variuos grants from the European Union. You can find more information on the grants we are actively involved in as well as completed onces below.

Development of innovative methods of automatic diagnostics and rehabilitation using robots and bioelectric measurements POIR.01.01.01-00-2077/15

The goal of this project is to produce new methods and technologies in order to automate process of diagnostics and physiotherapy for patients with neuromuscular diseases. During the execution of this project, new major technologies will be developed, especially connected with artificial intelligence, personalization and novel use of robots and devices in any clinical setting.

The purpose of the proposed technology is to empower rehabilitation doctors, neurologists, orthopaedists and physiotherapists in their daily activities with patients and provide consistent and comparable results. The deficits of those specialists lowers the quality of healthcare (the deficit of physiotherapists will reach 50 000 jobs in the UE in 2020 according to the European Commission). The problems addressed by this project are extremely important, because every human and the society as a whole is dependent on health. Furthermore the developed technology is innovative on the scale of the world and may change healthcare forever.

Beneficiary: EGZOTech Sp. z o.o.

EU subsidy: 8 770 878,62 PLN

Project EgzoEMG - the development of an EMG driven rehabilitation robot and company POIE 3.1.0

The goal of this project was to establish EGZOTech Sp. z o.o. as a polish SME and start the development of EgzoEMG (a rehabilitation robot that will eventually become Luna EMG). The end goal of this project was to validate the market need for EgzoEMG, develop and certify the device according to 93/42/EEC EU directive, get the CE marking as a medical device and enter the EU market. This project was considered as a seed equity investment by JCI Venture Sp. z o.o. which operated under the PO IE EU grant.

This project was completed successfuly in 2015, when Luna EMG reached it's CE certification.

Beneficiary: EGZOTech Sp. z o.o.

EU subsidy: €200 000

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