Ayúdame3D winning entity in the ONCE Foundation's Discapnet awards.

> In the sixth edition of the ONCE Foundation's Discapnet awards for Accessible Technologies, the winners were Ayúdame3D, Audible, Tecnobility and Down Madrid.
> Ayúdame3D received the award for best social impact enterprise for the manufacture and delivery of trésdesis, 3D printed arms.
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The awards ONCE Foundation Discapnet for Accessible Technologies awards recognise ICT accessibility and commitment to people with disabilities. The social entity Ayúdame3D won the award in category C, entrepreneurship with social impact, for the manufacture and delivery of trésdesis, 3D printed arms, for people with disabilities from all over the world.  

Last June, the jury of the Discapnet Awards selected a total of 12 finalists among the four categories of this call. The winners include Amazon Audible (category A, ICT), Fundación Síndrome de Down de Madrid (category B, accessibility to technologies), Help me3D (category C, entrepreneurship with social impact) and Tecnobility (category D, media).

Ayúdame3D works to put 3D printing technology at the service of people and designs, manufactures and delivers aids that facilitate the daily lives of vulnerable groups in more than 50 countries around the world. The trésdesis are 3D printed mechanical arm prostheses that are manufactured in a personalised and 100% adapted way to provide greater independence and a better quality of life for people with disabilities.

This award recognises the work and commitment of different entities in improving the quality of life and integration of people with disabilities. Nadia CalviñoThe First Vice-President and Minister for Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation was present at the 6th edition of the Discapnet Awards. The member of the Spanish Government was in charge of presiding over the presentation of the Foundation's awards for Accessible Technologies.


About Ayúdame3D

Ayúdame3D is a Spanish organization that promotes the social value of technology through technological-social awareness programs in order to help vulnerable groups around the world. Thanks to this, it creates and delivers 3D printed arms, called trésdesis, free of charge to people with disabilities. Thus reducing the inequality they face, improving their quality of life and providing better opportunities for employability and schooling.


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