Blind Spot Sensors For Wheelchairs
We’ve created the world’s first patented blind spot sensors that can be added to any wheelchair, transforming it into a "smart" wheelchair. Our system provides multi-modal alerts to the user regarding location and proximity of obstacles through intuitive lights, sounds, vibrations.
We are honored to serve veterans, are SAM-approved and can sell directly to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. We have been featured in their AT National Newsletter. In Canada, we are listed with Medavie Blue Cross.
Our blind spot sensors are based on over a decade of research by a trans-disciplinary team consisting of leading clinical researchers in wheelchair training and assessment, as well as engineers developing state-of-the-art "smart" wheelchairs. We use clinical evidence, user centered design methods, and co-design with users to ensure that our products help users, their families, and therapists achieve their goals for independent mobility.
Braze Mobility transforms any wheelchair into a
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Blind Spot Sensors: How do they work?
It's not cameras. Our technology is blind spot sensors, obstacle detection systems, proximity sensors, proximity alarms and alerts.
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.
Blind Spot Sensors: Who Can Benefit?
Anyone who uses a wheelchair, and especially those who....
Blind Spot Sensors: Where Are They Used?
Our Blind Spot Sensors can be used to navigate....
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.
Watch Wade Watts as he uses visual and vibration feedback from his Braze Blind Spot Sensors to align in his doorway and corridor, allowing him to back through smoothly and safely.
Wade Watts demonstrates how he uses the Braze Blind Spot Sensors to navigate through tight spaces like his kitchen.
Steven Viera uses the Braze Blind Spot Sensors to get on and off public transit.
Because No One Has Eyes in The Back of Their Head
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