Alumni of Estonian Health Tech Accelerator as of 2023
All the teams participated in a 9-month programme consisting of
1:1 mentoring, group trainings, prototyping and business development support, and industry exposure.
Softrobot is developing a soft robotics technology at the University of Tartu offering an effective solution to shortcomings in current simulation training devices. They simulate the dynamic processes of cervical opening by controlling the anisotropic features and shape-morphism of our robotic cervix.
Batch #1 feedback summary and media coverage
Five companies graduated from the first batch ofthe Estonian health tech accelerator and gave brief feedback to the accelerator team. The teams were Gearbox Biosciences, Menken Trials, SafePAS, ÄIO, Softrobot.
Batch #2 feedback summary and media coverage
Nine companies graduated from the second batch of the Estonian health tech accelerator and gave the accelerator team feedback to improve on. The teams that gave feedback were EsaDres, Raw Edge, Kekoa, Vectiopep, Augmental, Therasync, Silklytics, HeBA clinic. Claivo team did not give feedback.