Titan Heroes

Some stories from

our Titan Heroes

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Kaveri, a vibrant young lady, met with an accident when she was still in school and had to undergo the amputation of her left hand from above the elbow. This did not stop her from pursuing and achieving her dream of becoming an artist. Now, a professional artist and an avid traveler, we at Symbionic feel proud be associated with her. 

Kaveri

Gokul

Gokul is a creative and energetic person with a full-time job at an IT firm and is passionate about photography and acting in short

films. In 2015, Gokul had an unfortunate accident involving a grinding machine at work which led him to losing his right hand below the elbow. Now a professional photographer , we feel honored to welcome him into the Symbionic team of heroes.

Ramesh is wonderful enthusiast with both cricket and taekwondo equally appealing to him. He has also represented India in the Paralympics 0000. He is currently following his zealousness to keep learning something new by undergoing taekwondo training. He spends his mornings pursuing his job as a computer operator and his evenings furthering his fervent for sports.

In a road accident that occurred 13 years ago, his hand got stuck between his vehicle and a tempo, which was the cause of the amputation. He states that “With Titan , I don’t have to worry about the appearance of my arm anymore.” We at Symbionic are honored to join him on his journey.

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Krishnamoorthy is a world table tennis gold medalist who has also been the general secretary for the Paralympic association of Tamil Nadu. He is currently the general secretary of Para Tenpin bowling. He has also pursued an acting career spanning various languages. We at Symbionic welcome him to the fold and are excited to assist him in this next chapter.

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Mahendran is a young creative person who has recently completed his B.com degree and is now enthusiastically pursuing various career options. One of his many dreams is to be a content creator with his own YouTube channel.

At only 8 years of age Mahendran met with an accident due to which he lost his left hand below the elbow. We at Symbionic very much look forward to supporting him in his future endeavors.

 

Mahendran

Ramesh is 40 years old HR Consultant who lost his right hand when he was only 8 years old due to an electric shock. He believes that Titan arm would help 

him do his daily tasks even more efficiently. We at Symbionic are thrilled to have him as part of our team.

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Raji is a 25-year-old student from Chennai pursuing his degree in social work. He is a digital artist who is also passionate for music. Additionally, he enjoys assisting people through participating in social work activities. Raji is a person with congenital hand anomalies. We at Symbionic are thrilled to be associated with him. 

Raji

Anandan is 50 years old mechanical engineer who lives with his family. He is extremely passionate about sports and has won several medals at the national level and represented India at the Paralympics in table tennis and cricket. In 1991 Anandan had an unfortunate accident that caused the amputation of his right hand above the elbow. We are extremely proud to welcome him to the Symbionic team.

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Gopiraj is an enthusiastic person with a zeal for living life to the fullest. He is 30 years old and lives with his brother. Unfortunately he met with an accident in May 20, 2022 at work. Since Gopiraj is a very recent amputee, he is still in recovery and is growing accustomed to his his daily tasks. He says, “Now with Titan, I can complete my everyday tasks even more quickly”. We at Symbionic feel proud to be associated with him.

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Niranjan Kumar R

Co-Founder & CTO

Fellow at Stoa

M.S. Mechanical engineering
-Politecnico di Milano

B.E. Mechanical engineering
-JeppiarEngineering college

Mechanical engineer specialized in Solidworks and Abaqus with experience in finite element analysis and experimental research. Passionate about innovation and technological development for the benefit of mankind.

Rishi Krishna​

Co-Founder & CEO

Ex- Chudar Education, STOA School – GMT-05
B. Sc. Visual communication & Design – DG Vaishnav

Rishi Krishna is an entrepreneur, social worker and co-founder of Symbionic. Rishi is a product person who revels in bringing creative ideas and smart people together towards achieving impactful vision!

Since December of 2015, Rishi has been passionately engaged towards creating an impact in the society by solving real-world problems creatively.

Our Journey

In the beginning

December, 2015

Since December of 2015, Rishi has been passionately engaged towards creating an impact in the society by solving real-world problems creatively.
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How it began.

September 15th, 2018

Rishi (aged 24) was travelling on a bus with a fellow volunteer.

Unfortunately, the bus crashed with an oncoming vehicle minutes before he could step off the bus. Rishi was left with a mangled right arm.

Doctors ruled out any possibility of saving Rishi's arm and decided to amputate it in order to save his life.

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The price of normalcy

December, 2018

When looking for a possible solution to his problem, Rishi found that functional prosthetics were out of his reach.

This devastated Rishi and his family. Not being able to afford a functional prosthetic arm and knowing that normal life was a distant dream -

Rishi and his friends decided to do something about this problem.
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Road to a million lives

Today

Co-founders & best friends Rishi & Niranjan along with their incredible team are currently on their journey to enable a million lives.

Their mission is to build a world class functional prosthetic arm that will allow people with missing limbs achieve functional independence.

Follow Symbionic's journey and be a part of the bionic revolution.

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Rishi Krishna

Co-Founder & CEO

Our founder and CEO, Rishi Krishna, was 24 years old when he met with a catastrophic accident that changed the course of his life. The accident led to the amputation of his right arm. But instead of allowing the catastrophic event put a full stop to his dreams, he decided to leverage his pain to build a better world.

It was striking, that despite such extraordinary technology development around the world, Rishi and millions of people like him were unable to find a solution. This lit a fire in Rishi as he decided to build Symbionic.

What began as a small group of young hackers & engineers has grown to include engineers, experts, social workers, and designers – along with an incredible group of doctors, clinicians, and non-profits working in the developing world.

Niranjan Kumar R

Co-Founder & CTO

Fellow at Stoa
M.S. Mechanical engineering
-Politecnico di Milano
B.E. Mechanical engineering
– Jeppiar Engineering college

Niranjan is an entrepreneur mechanical engineer specialized in Solidworks and Abaqus with experience in finite element analysis and experimental research. Passionate about innovation and technological development for the benefit of mankind.