Maarten Steinbuch and Anupam Nayak have signed the lease with Kadans Science Partner.
A specific space where robotics start-ups can jointly work on new innovations, in the heart of the knowledge-intensive environment of the University of Technology Eindhoven and the Brainport Region. The first signatures were put down on paper this week on the TU/e Campus. Eindhoven Medical Robotics, founded by Anupam Nayak and Maarten Steinbuch, is the first to sign for a space in the new Meulensteen House of Robotics that is being developed by Kadans Science Partner.
Hotspot for robotics
Robotics is a physical representation of the trend towards automation of our society. In the Brainport Region, people work on high tech solutions for our rapidly changing world on a daily basis. Many innovative ideas start to form at universities. To give these ideas the chance to grow, Kadans Science Partner is developing the Meulensteen House of Robotics at the university campus. A hot spot for robotics is created provided with all facilities start-ups need to further develop their innovations.
Meulensteen House of Robotics
To realize this vision, the Meulensteen building is currently being transformed. When finished, it will be a multi-tenant building with workshops and shared facilities for multiple start-ups. Both the inside and outside of the building are given a new modern look and feel. Eindhoven Medical Robotics will be moving into the space on the second floor. The location on the campus is ideal for start-ups and businesses that closely cooperate with the TU/e. Kadans Science Partner is currently the owner of two buildings on the TU/e Campus and provides accommodation for knowledge-intensive businesses with a link to the TU/e. Kadans thereby provides real estate solutions for both science and business.
Eindhoven Medical Robotics also closely cooperates with the university in Eindhoven, while also working with engineers and hospitals worldwide. The company is currently working on various projects in different phases. The business aims to become a team of over 1000 people and a world leader in surgical robotics within 10 years. The move to Meulensteen House of Robotics is one step closer to this vision.
You can find more information on the project on the Meulensteen House of Robotics webpage.