Experienced user based advice for investors in the domain of prosthetic arms [technical guide for understanding the field]
Investors may need to understand what prosthetic arms really are, how they come about, and what is there to be considered, before investing into a prosthetic arm component manufacturer or research spin off.
With a realistic estimate of around 85% rejection rate, the prosthetic arm industry so far is one of the most unsuccessful industries that there are both in high-tech and medicine technology.
Now, what usually keeps developments, market introductions and user feedback as well as improvement circles going is a successful social setting. Such a really successful circle, where respect combines with a striving for technical proficiency, in the context of prosthetic arms, appears to be largely absent. To a great part, this explains why the current status with regard to marketing, improving or successfully selling prosthetic arms is not a lot better than maybe sixty years ago.