To better understand Unlimited Tomorrow Global Initiative’s mission, which is "to ensure that all individuals with limb differences have equal access to advanced prosthetics,” one must understand the technology behind Unlimited Tomorrow. Unlimited Tomorrow, founded by Easton LaChappelle, utilizes modern manufacturing and software technologies to create prosthetic devices for an underserved market.
The global number of amputees is projected to be over 57 million with only 5% having access to prosthetic care and solutions. The purpose of Unlimited Tomorrow Global Initiative is to never have to say no to someone in need of prosthetic solutions. By partnering with Unlimited Tomorrow, we are able to provide some of the most advanced prosthetic technology at a fraction of the cost.
The team at Unlimited Tomorrow aims to create devices that exceed the functionality of high-end prosthetics for a fraction of the cost through the integration of cutting edge 3D printing, smart algorithms, and design automation techniques. In fact, not only does the technology offer a better product that is functional, durable, lightweight and personalized to each individual, but the price is significantly less than the cost of what most individuals with limb differences currently pay in deductibles alone.
Unlimited Tomorrow Global Initiative was born out of the idea of wanting everyone to have equal access to this technology. President of UTGI, LaChappelle, says, “The Unlimited Tomorrow Global Initiative is crucial to driving change and offering assistance to people around the world.”
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