Kinestica designs, creates, and globally distributes innovative medical devices. Its portfolio includes sensor based and virtual reality-aided therapeutic systems primarily designed for neurorehabilitation. Its banner product is Bimeo. Its story began in 2009 when a first prototype is successfully tested with a hemiparetic patient. In late 2010 a positive international patent search report is issued for the invention of the Bimeo system. After that two more Bimeo prototypes are developed and tested in a preclinical study at the University rehabilitation institute - Soca. Several case studies have been conducted in cooperation with the Faculty of health science, UL. Kinestica company was founded in the early 2012. Their mission: to bring this amazing technology to the market and help patients with neuromotoric disorders to improve quality of their lives. Kinestica acquired all intellectual property rights for the invention of the BiMeo system in late 2012 and won several awards for the development of innovative products throughout 2012 and 2013. Most of Kinestica’s core team people have been members of the Laboratory of robotics - RoboLab at the Faculty of electrical engineering, UL. RoboLab has a more than forty year long tradition of biomedical research and engineering. In 2013 Kinestica has filed patent applications in European union, USA, Japan and China. At the end of the same year they have started certification process according to 93/42 eec medical device directive which is mandatory for all medical device manufacturers entering European market. Their plan is to launch BiMeo in late 2014.