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5 Things You Need to Know About Smart Wheelchairs! (Part 1)

By Braze Mobility | 17 April 2018

The Smart Wheelchairs in Assessment and Training (SWAT) State of the Field workshop was an initiative to gather various stakeholders in power wheelchair training and assessment and create a comprehensive review of the current state of the discipline. The participants involved a balance of both clinical and technical experts on wheelchair training and assessment and…

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U of T startups take home prizes at health challenge event

By Braze Mobility | 7 February 2018

Braze Mobility uses sensors to help motorized wheelchair users avoid collisions with the obstacles that surround them. Now, with its latest product, Braze hopes to one day help eliminate the obstacles themselves. Pooja Viswanathan, a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Toronto and the CEO and co-founder of Braze, says she’s hoping to use the data…

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An obstacle-detection system for wheelchairs

By Braze Mobility | 1 January 2018
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10 Accessible Holiday Gift Ideas for People Who Use Wheelchairs

By Braze Mobility | 29 November 2017

The temperatures are falling, and Christmas music is being played on repeat. This can only mean one thing- the holiday season is upon us, and with it, the pressure to find the perfect gift is building. Everyone is in pursuit of the perfect gift for their family members and friends- something that is fun, useful…

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