Introducing Simutouch

SimuTouch is the first general purpose clinical skills training platform. It is based on a proven simulation software and hardware approach, which can be adapted for a wide range of clinical procedures.

Generic Robotics' technology brings medical training closer to real life.

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Generic Robotics

Generic Robotics produces training devices for clinical skills built around “haptics” – the science of touch feedback. Our dental training simulators have been developed in collaboration with leading universities and have been used by King's College London and Portsmouth Dental Academy. We are now expanding into other medical and surgical fields, to bring our products to a wider audience.

User reviews

Training with the Generic Robotics dental injection simulator improved the efficiency and quality of the teaching and learning experience for both students and tutors.

Leanna Wynne

Director, University of Portsmouth Dental Academy

The concept and 3D image was excellent and the force feedback while giving the injection felt very realistic.

Undergraduate dental hygiene therapy student

University of Portsmouth Dental Academy


We successfully hit our first investment target in 2015 and kicked off product development. The current round is still open to new investors and additional fundraising will be used to accelerate our time to market.

if you want to join us as we shape the future of clinical skills training, get in touch

Handling the investment process for us are Adam Street Advisors, if you are interested in investing please contact Otis Johnson.

Otis Johnson - Adam Street Advisers

Work for Us

Generic Robotics will have a number of positions opening in 2016. Vacancies will be posted here as they become available.

For more information about available openings please get in contact:


t: +44 (0) 1189 357 087


Get in touch to find out more about Generic Robotics and the services we provide:


t: +44 (0) 1189 357 087

Mailing address:

Generic Robotics Ltd.
Science and Technology Centre
University of Reading