Mobility Unlimited Challenge Finalists
The EvoWalk is a smart wearable leg sleeve that helps people with partial lower limb paralysis regain their mobility.
IHMC and MYOLYN
A robotic, powered exoskeleton with motors at the hips, knees and ankles, as well as additional actuators offering someone with lower-limb paralysis fast, stable, and agile upright mobility.
Wheem-i (Wheelchairs Mobility Interface) is the first mobility service created for wheelchair users. It’s the cycle share scheme equivalent.
The Phoenix I wheelchair is an ultra-lightweight manual wheelchair made from carbon-fiber. Using smart sensors the chair will configure itself to what the user is doing so it remains in sync with how the user moves.
The Qolo Standing Device consists of a lightweight, mobile exoskeleton on wheels which uses passive actuators to allow users to sit or stand, effectively removing the ‘chair’ from ‘wheelchair’.