Expressing his enthusiasm, Dr. Ravindranath said, “I am thrilled to be part of Makers Hive’s journey. Pranav Vempati, CEO of Makers Hive, has a clear mission and vision to serve the disabled community, leveraging technology for significant impact. I am confident that with the team’s passion, commitment, and innovation, Makers Hive will play a crucial role in our roadmap for creating a sustainable philanthropic expert network model in the field of healthcare.”
Pranav Vempati said, “KalArm is India’s first fully functional bionic hand. It is designed to serve both above the elbow and below the elbow amputees. Our forthcoming collaborations with various corporate entities aim to facilitate employment opportunities for individuals with upper limb amputations.”
“We are pleased to partner with Healthcare veteran Dr. Ravindranath in our journey of building affordable medical devices by using Made In India technologies. This strategic partnership will help us focus on building world-class products in Bionics and Medical Devices sectors, while making them affordable for those in need,” Chanakya Gone, CTO of Makers Hive said.
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