Braze Mobility

Back up sensor system for wheelchairs, man in power wheelchair with sensors alerting him to an object in his environment

What we do

Braze Mobility makes blind spot sensor systems that can be installed on any wheelchair and provide the user with feedback about obstacles in their blind spots. No one has eyes on the back of their head, but with Braze sensor systems, you can have eyes on the back of your wheelchair.

blind spot sensors for wheelchairs

Who can benefit?

Anyone who uses a manual or powered wheelchair for mobility can use our obstacle detection system to increase spatial awareness and to improve maneuvering abilities in tight and/or unfamiliar spaces. Our system is especially useful to those with limited upper body mobility and/or low peripheral vision.

How does it help?

Our system helps increase awareness, safety, and confidence in mobility. It restores dignity to the user by helping prevent wheelchair collisions that can lead to frustration and embarrassment. Watch Wade Watts use our system to navigate through doorways.

Are you a Therapist or Clinician?

Click here for more information about how blind spot sensors can help your clients achieve safe and independent mobility

Wade Watts
To have a device back there that is literally watching my back is an amazing feeling!

– Wade Watts, Founder of Wheelchair Friendly Solutions Inc.

Herman Witlox
This system is a life-saver!

– Herman Witlox

What makes our products unique?

Increased spatial awareness for wheelchairs

Increased Spatial Awareness

Greater spatial awareness and safety for people who use wheelchairs without compromising on user autonomy.

Multimodal feedback for blind spot sensors for wheelchairs

Multi-Modal Feedback

Three available modes (visual, vibration and audio) of intuitive, non-invasive feedback that minimize distractions for the wheelchair driver.

Easy installation of blind spot sensors for wheelchairs

Easy Installation

Quick installation on any wheelchair. No tools required!

Customizable blind spot detection for wheelchairs

Customizable Distances

In addition to 2 available settings (short and long range), blind spot detection thresholds can be further customized by the wheelchair user/therapist.

Dual mounting configuration for blind spot sensors

Dual Mounting Configuration

The Sentina offers fixed rear 180-degree sensor coverage, while the Hydra allows for greater flexibility in blind spot sensor coverage.

Low power draw blind spot sensors for wheelchairs

Low Power

USB-powered blind spot sensor systems that can run all day on off-the-shelf portable power banks or wheelchair batteries.

Braze Sentina

The Braze Sentina provides 180 degrees of wheelchair blind spot coverage


Braze Hydra, blind spot sensor for wheelchairs

Braze Hydra

Customizable blind spot coverage for wheelchairs


Braze in the News

See the news features we have done through various media outlets, such as CTV, Ontario Brain Institute, and Accessible Media Inc.


Our Partners

Impact Centre
Ontario Brain Institute

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