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Sunrise Medical partners with Braze Mobility in Canada

Innovative Braze Blind Spot Sensors for QUICKIE Users across Canada

By Braze Mobility | 9 February 2022

February 9, 2022Toronto, Ontario, CanadaOfficials at Braze Mobility Inc. and Sunrise Medical Canada announced their partnership today. This new collaboration will make Braze Mobility’s blind spot sensor technology available on the QUICKIE line of power wheelchairs. Braze Mobility Inc. has created the world’s first blind spot sensors that can be added to any manual or…

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Numotion Partners with Braze Mobility as National Distributor

Numotion Partners with Braze Mobility Inc. as National Distributer

By Braze Mobility | 25 January 2022

Numotion announced an agreement with Braze Mobility Inc. to distribute the company’s blind spot sensors for wheelchairs. Brentwood, Tenn. (January 25, 2022) – Numotion, the nation’s leading and largest provider of products and services that provide mobility, health and personal independence is continuing its mission to bring innovative mobility products to people living with disabilities. The…

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Women of Indian origin in Canada’s ‘100 most powerful’ list

By Braze Mobility | 27 November 2021

Film-maker, actress and mental health advocate Shreya Patel; board member of Ontario Health and Ontario Power Generation Anju Virmani; founder & CEO of social enterprise STEM Minds Corp Anu Bindai; CEO and founder of smart wheelchairs startup-up Braze Mobility Inc Dr Pooja Viswanathan; academician and provost vice -president academic of University of British Columbia Okanagan Dr…

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Braze Mobility Takes ‘Next Step’ with VA

By Braze Mobility | 23 November 2021

Braze Mobility had the opportunity to get important feedback on its terrain analysis system as part of the recent Breaking Boundaries: Collaboration Challenge, hosted by the Veterans Health Administration Ecosystem and Founder Institute, says CEO Pooja Viswanathan.  The system will help wheelchair users navigate outdoor environments more safely and independently, using proprietary machine-learning algorithms that…

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