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Data from our recent international study of wheelchair users highlights the need for investment and innovation in the development of assistive technologies for people with limited mobility.
New international study finds that nine out of ten (89%) wheelchair users across the UK, USA, Japan, Brazil and India experience pain as a result of their mobility device.
Earlier this year, the Mobility Unlimited team were excited to receive so many applications for the Mobility Unlimited Challenge Discovery Awards. Teams from all over the world applied for one of ten $50k grants to help them develop their great idea to be able to enter the main Challenge in August.
Today the Mobility Unlimited Challenge is announcing a crowdsourcing initiative, aimed at helping inspire entrants in their quest to develop life-changing technology for people with lower-limb paralysis.
The Mobility Unlimited Challenge was established to transform personal mobility specifically for people with lower limb paralysis. We believe that mobility is freedom - and fundamental to our independence.