We develop Biomechatronics
We create innovative devices that synchronize humans and robots, as a service for telerehabilitation, Enterprise XR-Training, and Aerospace Technologies
Biuniq Teknoloji Ltd. was founded in 2019 in Istanbul- Turkey to develop devices based on Biomechatronic technology.
Our team known as Deep-tech and Med-tech startup that develops innovative solutions for telerehabilitation robots, assistive technologies, serious games, and VR/XR training.
We welcome all businesses that tend to collaborate with us for developing biomechatronic technology. Our solutions have the potential to develop your medical, aerospace, XR, training, and entertainment solutions.
Please contact us for more information.
Rehabilitation & Ergotherapy
SINA is a portable rehabilitation robot for injured fingers for clinics and PUYA can make active and passive exercises for hand grip/grasp functions.
Health & Safety Executive (HSE)
XR training improves the quality of training of HSE protocols and reduce operational risks. Haptic sense enhanced PUYA GLOVE and force feedback enhanced PUYA robot can improve the exprince.
XR Contant Developers
XR developers can add the SDK to their content that may develop in a game engine or UI
PUYA GLOVE can improve the quality of education, especially in XR-based labs and educational experiments.
Enterprise HR Training
XR improves training quality. PUYA GLOVE gives haptic sense as a higher level of experience for training. PUYA has more advanced technology with force control capabilities.
Thanks to PUYA new generation of Tele control and remote monitoring and enhancements can be applied to reduce the risks.
PUYA GLOVE adds haptic sense and PUYA gives even more than force feedback experiences into the metaverse.
Tele control of robot arms can be achieved by PUYA, especially in hazardous environments.
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In order for our users to keep up with developing technologies and get maximum efficiency we are developing innovative solutions for telerehabilitation robots, gaming, and XR wearable technology markets