Our technology: AI-assisted bone healing simulation

Detecting bone healing at an early stage is difficult: you can’t palpate it, you can barely see it on imaging data.
Our solution is here to help.

We deploy digital twins for personalized fracture care and optimized therapy management.

The technology has been tested and corroborated for the meta- and diaphyseal sections of long bones for several fracture scenarios.

Our approach enables in-silico testing of different bone types, fracture scenarios and treatment approaches.

Our long-term goal:  The simulation of bone healing in the entire human skeleton.

Overlay on a femur Xray of calculated fracture healing simulation (colors encode bone concentration). The implant is colored in von-Mises stress


We build on the extensive scientific groundwork done at Ulm University and by a worldwide community. Our team covers state-of-the-art know-how in fracture healing simulations, with a proven track-record in scientific publications. 

A selection of the most important publications:

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