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Ottobock Austria

Since its founding in Berlin in 1919, Ottobock has pursued a vision: to improve the mobility of people with disabilities through innovative products. In doing so, the company equates quality with “Quality for life”.

The Ottobock group of companies consists of Otto Bock HealthCare (medical technology), Otto Bock Kunststoff (plastics) and Technogel (chemistry), and Sycor (information and communication technology).
In 2015, Otto Bock Healthcare Products GmbH achieved a turnover of 847,7 million euros. More than one-third of the approximately 6200 employees carry out R&D work.

www.ottobock.at

 

Please find more information on Research & Development in Austria here.

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