We work in partnership with a variety of organisations on research, but we are a small company and can’t support formal partnerships with everybody who would like to use our solutions in research. Wherever possible Peek solutions are free or low-cost to make them as accessible as possible. If you would like to conduct a research study using Peek solutions, please read about our Research and if you have any questions contact us.
The Peek Vision Foundation is a registered charity in the UK (registered charity number 1165960). The Foundation wholly owns a trading company, Peek Vision Ltd, a registered company (09937174) in England and Wales which is a legal manufacturer of medical devices. The Foundation uses the Company to create and distribute products and services to bring sustainable, high impact eye care to partners worldwide. All profits generated by the Company’s activities ultimately belong to the Foundation, which uses them to reinvest in building eye care capacity in low and middle-income countries by supporting people, knowledge and tools.
Yes. All Peek products and services undergo thorough academic, clinical and field trials to assess their effectiveness, reliability and suitability for the tasks they seek to support. Our team of ophthalmologists, optometrists, researchers, software and hardware engineers and product leaders focus on quality, reliability and usability with a view to providing tools that deliver consistently high positive impact. Our medical devices, including our vision check tools, are rigorously verified with scientific research in the field as well as formal clinical trials to ensure they meet the high standards required for a clinically reliable and effective tool.
Yes. We are a registered manufacturer of medical devices under the UK Government Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). Peek Acuity Pro and Peek Retina are registered class 1 medical devices and CE certified. We are working to achieve US FDA (US Food and Drug Administration) approval for these products.
Yes. We have a number of concepts, prototypes and new products in the pipeline to help us achieve our mission to bring vision and health to everyone. We will continue to publish more information about each of these projects as they come to fruition.
36 million people worldwide are blind. Four in five of them could keep their sight with simple surgery or treatment. Millions more can't see clearly, yet need no more than a simple pair of glasses. We won't stop until everyone has been linked to the treatment and services they need.