Blind Spot Sensors For Wheelchairs

We’ve created the world’s first patent-pending 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.

For Veterans

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.

For Therapists

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.

Where to Purchase Blind Spot Sensors for Wheelchairs?

You can place an order directly with Braze by getting in contact with one of our representatives or by filling out a quote request.

Mobility Product Dealers

We have dealer and independent representatives in Canada and the U.S. and can work with other providers if your clinic or institution has a preference. If you need to purchase from a specific provider, you can contact us and we will work with them. For VA clients, we are a SAM approved vendor.

Braze Mobility Customer Support

If you would like to chat with our customer support representative, please contact us.

In-Services

Dr. Pooja Viswanathan, a leading Smart Wheelchair Researcher, can provide an online in-service for your clinic or institution about rear visibility and blind spot sensors. This is a great way to learn more about the Braze System and provide an opportunity for continuing education for you and your colleagues. We also provide physical in-services through our representatives all over North America. If you'd like to book an in-service or learn more, contact us.

Photo of Pooja Viswanathan, co-founder and CEO of Braze Mobility standing beside a power wheelchair with the Braze Sentina installed