Braze Mobility

Wheelchair with blind spot sensors

Alerts customized for your needs

Blind Spot Sensors for Wheelchairs

Because no one has eyes in the back of their head

Blind Spot Sensor Solutions Starting from $2000 USD

Braze Mobility transforms any wheelchair into a

Smart Wheelchair

For Individuals
  • Keep yourself and others safe
  • Stay independent
  • Reduce property and wheelchair damage
For Clinics and Institutions
  • Help your clients stay safe
  • Trial and demo options
  • Proven technology

Improve Your Ability to Move

The Braze Systems Can Be Used to Navigate:

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  • Tight Spaces
  • Doorways
  • Public Transport
  • Elevators
  • Car Ramps
  • Crowded Areas

Braze sensors can be set up anywhere around the wheelchair. Just tell us where you need the coverage when you request a quote. Our solutions are often used as backup sensors, proximity sensors, proximity alarms, orientation and mobility aids, and blind rehabilitation aids.

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Blind Spot Sensor - Obstacle Detection System

It's not cameras. Our technology is blind spot sensors, proximity sensors, proximity alarms and alerts for those with limited upper-body mobility due to spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, ALS, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, brain injuries, or stroke. Our system is also used by wheelchair users with vision loss.

Note: Our system does NOT detect drop-offs, soft material, or objects out of view of the sensors. Legally blind customers often use our sensors in conjunction with a white cane to navigate outdoors.

Our system supports your right to drive your wheelchair by enhancing your spatial awareness, while leaving you fully in control.


Anyone who drives a wheelchair, but especially those with bulky headrests or other objects blocking vision, low upper body or neck mobility, alternative joystick controls requiring them to face forwards, hearing impairment, low vision/hemispatial neglect
Anyone who drives a wheelchair, but especially...
People with bulky head rests or other objects blocking vision
People with low vision or hemispatial neglect
People with low upper body or neck mobility
People with hearing impairment
People who use alternative joystick controls requiring them to face forwards

Supporting US and Canadian Veterans

We are a SAM Approved Vendor and Listed with Medavie Blue Cross

Blind Spot Sensor Case Study:
Phil, U.S. Marine Veteran

Phil, a 68 year old veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps uses a power wheelchair and is legally blind. He stated: "Just the other day I ran into a child's stroller. The kid was alright, but it scared me."

Phil needed a system that would help him:

  • 1) Identify obstacles in his environment and provide him with auditory or vibration alerts.
  • 2) Allow him to safely operate his power wheelchair at home and in the community.

Phil decided to work with the Braze Mobility System. He had this to say after using the system for 2 months,

"Without a doubt, having [Braze sensors] in both the front and rear has been the cat's meow for me. It is everything I had hoped for and expected. I won't hesitate to recommend it."

Order for a U.S. veteran

"It really makes me more mobile, safe and secure."

Quick Links to Additional Resources

Below are some quick links to additional information.

Visual alerts displayed on a controller panel which is mounted to the wheelchair joystick

How The Order Process Works

1. Request a quote

Just click the button below to fill in client information.

2. We confirm your options

We collaborate with you to identify the system configuration that best matches the client's needs.

3. Processing the order

We organize payment options, delivery, and installation with a local wheelchair provider.

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*institutions, please contact us for custom requests or apply online for a trial.