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VINCENT Systems gives training at BUFA

2024

Also this year, the participants of the current master craftsman preparation course 2023/24 at the Federal College for Orthopaedic Technology (BUFA) were trained on the VINCENTevolution4.

All participants made their own Myo ring in class. They were able to use this to test the VINCENTevolution4 on their own forearm.

The participants were impressed.

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Innovation Day Arm Prosthetics & Neuromobility in Munich

02.02.2024

Many manufacturers, health insurance providers and experts accepted the invitation from Streifeneder and Mödl on Friday, February 2, 2024, to present products, share knowledge and exchange ideas about arm prosthetics and neuromobility.

We had a stand and gave a presentation on the topic "LUNAneo1arm myoelectric exoskeleton" - World's first under-clothing myoelectric exoskeleton for the upper extremity.

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Visit at HANDY BIONICS in Paris

09.12.2023

Exchange of experiences between the CEOs Dr. Stefan Schulz and Guillaume Bonifas.
The French company also specializes in hand prosthetics.

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Ortho Form Dysmelia meeting

25.11.2023

At this year's dysmelia meeting at Ortho Form in Lünen, we had a stand to show our current models VINCENTyoung3+, VINCENTevolution4 and VINCENTpartial4. A total of 100 participants, 38 of whom were users, were able to extensively test how our hands work using demonstrators. The preview of the new game-based training app caused great enthusiasm among the young visitors.

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Presentation at MINT EC-Camp

17.11.2023

As part of the MINT-EC camp on the topic of "Robotics - from model to practical use", 23 pupils from the national excellence school network MINT-EC were able to deepen their knowledge of robotics in a four-day workshop. Under the guidance of technika (Karlsruhe Technology Initiative) and the Cyberforum e.V. association, hands were built using Fischertechnik, against which "rock, paper, scissors" could be played at the end. To demonstrate the development possibilities and relevance of robotic hands, we were on site with a presentation on myo-electric hand prostheses.

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Rowing-Company Cup Karlsruhe

15.10.2023

"Let's go!" was the motto for our two rowing teams at the first Corporate Rowing Cup on Sunday. We qualified for a spectacular final against 11 other teams from various Karlsruhe companies, in which our A-final team was beaten by less than a second by the first-placed team. Nevertheless, the jubilation at this legendary second place in the first Karlsruhe Rowing Company Cup was huge. We congratulate all our colleagues on this outstanding achievement.

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NovaVis Summer Camp

05.08.2023

As every year, the summer camp for children with dysmelia and amputations took place at NovaVis Orthopädietechnik in beautiful Waldenbuch near Tübingen. We were also there with our hand prostheses for children and young adults and presented the VINCENTyoung3 and VINCENTevolution4 bionic hands to both the children and their parents. 

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Company trip - fun and action with water skiing

21.07.2023

Despite the mixed weather, we didn't let it spoil our good mood and ventured out on water skis and wakeboards on the company trip at Lake St. Leon. With great enthusiasm and joy, both beginners and advanced skiers mastered the sporting challenge and had a lot of fun!

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MINT-Festival - Steamwork Karlsruhe

30.06.2023

Vincent Systems GmbH took part in the first MINT Festival in Karlsruhe - the stage for technology projects by schoolchildren in the Karlsruhe area.

MINT stands for the fields of mathematics, computer science, natural sciences and technology. In addition to large ball tracks, the children presented e.g. a cocktail mixing machine and vehicles.

With this event, we not only want to promote appreciation for the successes of the students, but also strengthen the exchange between students, experts and companies.

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REHAB 2023

15.06 - 17.06.2023

The first presence of our company at REHAB, started right away with two worldwide leaders: the first under clothing wearable, myoelectrically controlled exoskeleton for the upper extremity, the neo1 and the first VR based training system for this type of active orthosis, the VINCENTvr. Both systems complement each other perfectly and open up new possibilities for support and training in various forms of upper extremity paralysis, especially plexus paresis and stroke. We would like to thank all visitors of our booth for the great interest and the inspiring exchange of ideas and experiences.


Did you miss us? Then write us a message to info@vincentsystems.de

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Annual Congress of ISPO Germany e.V.

11.05 - 12.05.2023

Visit us at the Annual Congress of ISPO (International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics) Germany in Hannover.

11.05 - WORKSHOP Vincent Systems GmbH

We are looking forward to your visit.

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B2Run Company run

15.06.2023

In the best weather in Karlsruhe, we ran the 5.4 km course through the castle garden and around the castle garden lake.

The goal of the B2Run is to promote team spirit, health and fun in sports in the working world. In addition, the run serves a good cause. Through the run, the German Bone Marrow Donor Center (DKMS) receives a donation and thus support for the fight against blood cancer.

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Expert Meeting - Vincent Symposium 2023

12.05.2023

The VINCENT Symposium took place in Karlsruhe for the second time. In a diverse program, we presented selected customers and partners the latest products available on the market. They got an exclusive look at product innovations such as the myoelectric partial hand system VINCENTpartial4, the myoelectric controlled exoskeleton for the upper extremity Neo1, the waterproof neoprene sleeve for the forearm prosthetic socket VINCENTaqua and the VR-based training system VINCENTvr.

In addition, the event served to network upper extremity specialists and share opinions, knowledge, and experiences.

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LVampNRW 10th anniversary

05.05 - 06.05.2023

Vincent Systems GmbH was a hand prosthesis exhibitor at the 10th anniversary of the State Association for People with Arm or Leg Amputations in NRW e.V. (LVampNRW).

The LVamp NRW is the collective association of self-help groups for amputees and represents the interests of all amputees at the state level in North Rhine-Westphalia.

In addition to affected persons and members of the association, various industry exhibitors and experts were also present, so that an exciting exchange took place.

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Technology camp - working and thinking like engineers

14.04.2023

Vincent Systems GmbH participated for the second time in the program "Working and thinking like engineers".

For one day, we offered interested students between the ages of 12 and 16 an insight into the world of hand prostheses in the areas of construction, electrical engineering and textile development. Experimenting with the Vincent prostheses was not missed out either. Objects were grasped, individual handles were programmed and even drinking bottles were screwed on.

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Bill Gates tries out the VINCENTevolution4!

19.02.2023

U.S. billionaire and Microsoft founder Bill Gates visited the Deutsches Museum in Munich. He was particularly interested in a new health exhibition where the VINCENTevolution4 as an interactive showpiece can be seen and tried out. He controlled the prosthetic hand through muscle contractions transmitted as hand movements.

Photo: Gates Archive / Robin Marchant

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