The FacePrint project has been approved for funding by the Eurostars Programme, a joint programme between EUREKA and the European Commission. μRoboptics is part of the international consortium, alongside Nanotecmarin Gmbh, Vu Medical Center, Oceanz B.v. and Mediafarm Aps. Congratulations to all partners! The FacePrint project will develop a market-ready, rapid, and low-cost 3D printing service for facial prosthetics….
We are recruiting new, aspiring talents to integrate our team! If you are driven with passion for state-of-art technologies and aim to develop innovative products, apply now! μRoboptics is looking for a full-time Computer Science Engineer to develop web platforms with graphic libraries (WebGL), Android/IOS apps and engineering software (e.g. Robotics, Civil Engineering, Biomedical). Requirements: – MSc. in…
μRoboptics is part of the first Portuguese lead consortium to present an H2020 Fast Track to Innovation (FTI) project selected for funding. Congratulations to the leader FASTinov and the other partners Servicio Madrileno de Salud, Euroclone Diagnostica and Profess Medical Consultancy!
The μFrenzel goggles CE certification process in on a fasttrack to completion. We want to thank e-MedDia for its valuable contribution towards this goal. Pre-sale date will be announced soon!
μRoboptics started a business partnership with a leading Japanese innovative technological company for developing projects in the fields of robotics, control systems and computer vision.
Japan is one of the world leaders in technological research and development. This move bridges two continents and places μRoboptics in the center of Tokyo, offering competitive solutions for cutting edge development.
With a client in Switzerland, μRoboptics has reached an important milestone towards internationalization. We are proud to achieve international status in our first 6 months of operation.