“Launched by Maja Rudinac and Aswin Chandarr in 2014, Robot Care Systems develops robotic systems to care for older people”, the magazine writes.

“Its headline product, a robotic walking frame named Lea, monitors a user’s posture while walking to prevent them falling over – a common cause of injuries among elderly people – while sensing obstacles in the near distance and applying brakes before hitting them. The built-in screen allows users to keep in contact with close relatives via video call.”

Robot Care Systems is not the only Delft company in the list. Swapfiets, founded by three students in 2015, is named as well. Click here to check out the other ‘hot startups’.