Toyota announces return of the stair-climbing iBOT wheelchair

May 24, 2016 by  
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This week Toyota revealed plans for its second generation iBOT prototype, a wheelchair so adaptable it allows people to climb stairs. The comeback is great news for people who feel limited by conventional wheelchair mobility and could usher in a whole new frontier for how balancing technologies are used to improve people’s lives. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBQvEJJBY-A The iBOT originally appeared on the scene in 2001, yet with the hefty price of $25,000 it was out of commission…

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Ambulance Drone Could Provide Emergency Help in Just One Minute

November 3, 2014 by  
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When you have an emergency, the time it takes for help to arrive can be the difference between life and death. An ambulance takes an average of 10 minutes to get to the scene of an accident – too late to be of help in some cases. The Ambulance Drone seeks to bridge the gap between the time it takes to call for help and for help to arrive in order to potentially save more lives than ever before. Essentially, the drone is an all-purpose medical kit with emergency supplies that can be used to guide people on the scene through lifesaving procedures. Read the rest of Ambulance Drone Could Provide Emergency Help in Just One Minute Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Alex Monton drone , ambulance , ambulance drone , ambulance response , Delft University drone , drone technology , drones , emergency drone , emergency response , emergency response drone , emergency response technology

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