This is the Blumil GO, an electric “handbike attachment” for rigid frame wheelchairs. With just a push of a button, you can make your manual wheelchair electric. Created by a wheelchair user, Miłosz “Milo” Krawczyk, the Blumil GO offers independence and the freedom to travel, sightsee, and be immersed in nature.
This is the Mobile Stairlift developed by Shia Halpern. It’s a mobility device designed to safely and efficiently transport riders up and down the stairs. Lightweight and portable, this innovative mobility device doesn’t require pre-installed tracks. Instead, it’s equipped with durable rubber tank-like treads, which can be used on practically any stair surface.
This is the Alinker, a non-motorized walking-bike without pedals invented by Barbara Alink, a Dutch designer, architect, and humanitarian. This innovative three-wheeled walking bike allows active individuals confronted with the diagnosis of MS or Parkinson’s for example, maintain their active lifestyle. It has an adjustable saddle, seat height, and handlebars.
This is the UpCart Versa Trolley Cart by UpCart and it’s a 6-wheel, compact stair climbing cart that can carry up to 77 lbs. It simplifies daily tasks by significantly reducing the effort of carrying items on stairs, over curbs, and irregular terrain.
Sesame Access’ Invisible Lift transforms stairs into ADA compliant elevators making them wheelchair accessible. Using patented engineering, Sesame Lift rebuilds an existing staircase, makes it seamlessly slide away, and a lift rises in its place. The exterior/interior of a building doesn’t need to be altered because it’s fully compliant with all ADA regulations.
This toilet lift helps people with restricted mobility to get on and off the toilet safely and with ease.
This foldable wheel concept is designed to make travel easier for active wheelchair users.
This motorized step transforms a staircase into a lift to let you easily climb up the stairs.
These autonomous drones transport medical products to the most difficult to access places.
This smart cane integrates with a smartphone to guide the visually impaired using Google maps and includes obstacle detection sensors.