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About Tendo

Tendo AB is a medical technology company that develops robotic medical devices. The company develops orthosis products for patients with reduced muscle control. It develops the product Tendo OneGrip, which helps in assisting people with limited hand function. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Odense, Denmark.

Headquarters Location

Forskerparken 10

Odense, DK-5230,


(+46) 073-3310414

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Tendo Patents

Tendo has filed 2 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Robotic exoskeletons
  • Skeletal system
  • Actuators
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Robotic exoskeletons, Skeletal system, Animal anatomy, Assistive technology, Seinen manga


Application Date


Grant Date


Related Topics

Robotic exoskeletons, Skeletal system, Animal anatomy, Assistive technology, Seinen manga



Latest Tendo News

Philippines: Neobank Tonik Acquires TendoPay, Enters Employee Benefits Market

Dec 6, 2022

Tonik Financial Pte. Ltd., the parent company of Tonik Digital Bank, Inc. in the Philippines, has entered into a landmark agreement with Tendo Payment Solutions Pte. Ltd. in order “to acquire its Philippine business, operating under the brand name ‘TendoPay’.” This deal, which is “subject... Read More

Tendo Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Tendo founded?

    Tendo was founded in 2016.

  • Where is Tendo's headquarters?

    Tendo's headquarters is located at Forskerparken 10, Odense.

  • What is Tendo's latest funding round?

    Tendo's latest funding round is IPO.

  • How much did Tendo raise?

    Tendo raised a total of $360K.

  • Who are the investors of Tendo?

    Investors of Tendo include Bertil Allard, Erik Mared and Mats Mared.

  • Who are Tendo's competitors?

    Competitors of Tendo include Marsi Bionics, Metric Mate, Wandercraft, SuitX, Xilloc, ULS Robotics, Roam Robotics, Gogoa Mobility Robots, Rejoint, ABLE Human Motion and 12 more.

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