We push the limits of human motion in every phase of life to be painless, happy and healthy.
Lindera is NOT just a start-up. We are both a patient empowerment and a deep tech company leading in the field of Computer Vision to push the limits of human motion and to bring precision medicine to everyone. How we design ›
When you’re working with so many leading AI scientists, clinical researchers, psychologists, customer success managers and computer engineers, like Dr. Emre Dogan, Dr. Hester Knoll, Dr. Swantje Müller, Gina Haatz-Becker and Jörn Hartmann, their ideas cannot help but influence the very DNA of our company. As such, we’re designing this company based not on the way health and elder care runs today – but on the way many of these visionaries predict health and elder care will work in the future.
This means, among other things, a solid focus on our mission, the desire to leave a positive mark on humanity, functioning in a borderless world of exponential change and business being a force for good.
As this happens, the lines between us, our employees and our customers start to blur. We become ONE team, with one shared mission: We push the limits of human motion in every phase of life to be painless, happy and healthy.
We’re in the business of transforming elder care, orthopedics, geriatrics, neurology, rehab and online fitness by democratizing 3d motion tracking through the normal smartphone camera in the most precise way.
We shape how our customers interact with their patients, make diagnostic decisions, and for online fitness treat their bodies. To our customers, investors and employees, we have the responsibility of being an innovative medical devices company that builds on AI, precision, and objective patient outcomes.
Seven beliefs on the future of work and what this means for people joining our company
This is a huge responsibility and to do this well we wanted to question the traditional rules and create our own manifesto of what we believe business should evolve into.
Lindera’s head office may be based in the capital of Germany, but our team comes from across the world and is spread all over the country from Munich to Wuppertal over Cologne and Bremen. In the Lindera office alone, you’ll meet people holding passports from 11+ different nations with scientific backgrounds ranging from physics over sports to psychology.
We have become a magnet for leading scientists who want to work on the cutting edge of AI and create an impact. This works because scientists partner with market access managers, former consultants and customer success managers to solve real problems in health care and market them around the world.
We believe that everyone should have a clear idea of what they need in terms of workstyle. That’s why home office, flexible working hours and individual working routines were important to us even before the pandemic. Come up with structures that suit your workflow and find a way in your team to make them happen!
We’re not aiming to pin useless paper processes on screens. We’re aiming to democratize one of the most effective medical procedures, namely orthopedic and geriatric assessments as well as advanced gait laboratories to serve patients wherever they are on the planet. We set worldwide standards.
Don’t get us wrong, we’re a disciplined, well-oiled engine of growth and days in the (home) office can be intense. But we believe that business should be fun and people should look forward to going to work each day. We create an environment that is designed to make your work, your projects and even company meetings a ton of fun.
The office itself is designed to inspire joy and collaboration. Happiness is woven into everything we do, such as team days, social lunches and even our company meetings.
We talk plain text with each other – in good times and in bad times. We believe that an open, honest and respectful way of communication solves problems. It drives progress and builds a sustainable and appreciative team culture. Don’t waste your time and energy with dissatisfaction or complaints. Bring up the issues and suggest solutions.
The first product we marketed based on our 3D-motion tracking was an app to analyze the risk factors leading to falls. To many, seniors aren’t the fanciest customers – to us they are. Not only do we love our customers, we also continuously learn from them. Seniors are very demanding in terms of usability, they won’t walk twice in front of your camera or adjust to it, for instance. Also, they often live in rural areas and need an offline functionality.
We love to have customers setting the bar high and help solving one of the biggest challenges our society is facing: we are all getting older and lack skilled labor to look after and support us.