Hi Stephan! Hi Heinrich! Nice to see you. Can we introduce you to the viewers? Please do. I would like to ask you how you became disabled. I know you had a car accident. Yes, a bad accident. What did it mean for your everyday routine, for your independence? I couldn’t do much afterwards. I was in a coma and then in a wheelchair for a long time. I had to learn to walk and talk again, everything actually. Like a baby. Now we are sitting here together, thanks to new innovations. I see you have two devices. Let’s first talk about the one for your foot, the L300 Go. It is used for your drop foot and it also has a 3D motion detector? That’s right. And your muscles are stimulated via several channels. Is that correct? Yes, that’s right again. What does that mean for your daily life? Give me an idea. I can walk further and more confidently. The risk of falling is almost eliminated. Further, more precise, more even. That sounds interesting. It is an ingenious device. What is this at the top? This is the H200. H200 Wireless. Wireless. Okay. Very nice. That brings me to a key concept ‒ functional electrical stimulation. What is that all about? What does it do? I can do gripping exercises. I can use a normal exercise mode that lasts half an hour or an hour, whatever I want. And I can use the hand for everyday activities. When I press on this trigger, the hand opens. I now have five seconds to grip something, then the hand closes again. Now the hand closes and now, when I press on this button another time, it opens again. Here? Yes. And let go again. Oh, I have to let go? Exactly, and then the hand opens again. All that is done by functional electrical stimulation? Exactly, everything is functional electrical stimulation. That’s fascinating. I’m glad that it reintroduced you to everyday activities. Thank you for sharing. We wish you continued great success.