90.5 WESA (Pittsburgh's NPR news station) recently featured HuMoTech on their weekly segment, the Pittsburgh Tech Report. We discussed our vision to provide patients with the opportunity to test-drive different prosthetic or orthotic devices prior to prescription so that they and their clinical team may select the best device for their needs. Big thanks to Mark Nootbaar for coming out to interview us and to Dr. Mary Ann Miknevich for contributing her thoughts about the need for this technology.
HuMoTech president and founder, Josh Caputo, is a two-time alumni of Carnegie Mellon University. First in 2010 with a dual BS in Mechanical Engineering and Electrical & Computer Engineering. Then in 2015 with a PhD in Mechanical Engineering. Follow the link below to read more about Josh's story and vision for the future of HuMoTech and assistive devices in general.
Law firm Saul Ewing recently introduced RAMP (Resources, Access and Mentoring Program), a new initiative aimed at providing emerging companies the support and practical direction they need to move their businesses forward. HuMoTech will be working with Saul Ewing to further commercialization of its clinical emulator products.