Steering and control systems for wheelchairs

Devices for controlling a wheelchair's movements and its direction of travel.

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ITremor

ITremor

ITremor is a movement stabilizer which ensures that unwanted tremors on the joystick are not converted to unwanted movements of your wheelchair. ITremor is inserted between the joystick and the wheelchair control.

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IHandle

IHandle

IHandle is a finger-controlled device made for people in wheelchairs, who has very little movement left in their fingers. By using IHandle, a user can control his/her wheelchair, computer, tablet, smartphone and Smarthome device. Thereby, making it possible for people with a handicap to be part of the digital world and workforce.

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ITongue

ITongue

ITongue is developed for users, who have a spinal cord injury and are unable to operate conventional wheelchair controllers. ITongue is a device that fits inside the mouth and is controlled by the patients tongue. Itongue can be used to control both an electrical wheelchair, as well as e.g. computer mouse/keyboard, smartphones and tablets.

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Ictrl

Ictrl

Ictrl is an Application on Smartphone/Tablet and is controlled via users finger. Ictrl helps user integrate more systems into one unit. It means, a user can at the same time work online, control his wheelchair and other bluetooth systems (Computer, Tablet, Television, Smarthome control).

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