we're taking assistive technology to a new level...


this product design is based on our prototype and lowers its storage container to just 3 feet above the floor

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this product design lowers in front of items on the back of a countertop and as much as 2 feet to make all shelves easily reachable

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48 inches

highest a wheelchair user can reach

52 inches

height of kitchen wall cabinets

60 - 70 inches

height of laundry room shelves

85 inches

height of closet shelves


disabled Veterans use a wheelchair

3.3 million

Americans use a wheelchair

20 million

people age 18 and older have significant difficulty walking and climbing

70 million

people over age 50 prefer to remain in their home as they age

5 feet 9 inches

average height of Americans


of people say they don't have enough space in their home


more disabilities among Hispanic women aged 60 to 69 than same age Hispanic males


more likely Black Americans aged 61 to 65 have a disability than white males aged 61 to 65


more disabilities among white women than white males

$9 billion

Medicaid and Medicare annual cost savings by enrolling only 10% of patients in aging in place programs versus institutional care

common ways used to reach high shelves are unsafe.

other accessible wall cabinets only lower around 1 foot and are too expensive for most people.

robotic furniture isn't designed to move around objects beneath them as they lower, making that space unusable.

these are ineffective at providing accessibility and in most cases actually add affordability, usability, and safety barriers.

our products will remove accessibility barriers without adding safety, usability, and affordability barriers..

our patented robotic technology will be used to create lines of multiple products to provide total above head height access for both the home and workplace.

Caregiver Friendly Product

Today's Caregiver Magazine - 2023

Innovation Award

2023 TechConnect World Innovation Conference

Assistive Technology Award

2023 Global Tech Awards - globaltechawards.com

wearable health sensors are sometimes bulky, expensive, and difficult to deploy.

studies have shown that people have difficulty with charging the devices and remembering to wear them daily, while others refuse to wear them at all.

Instead accessible wall storage products installed throughout a home will create an ecosystem of intelligent endpoints to monitor for events using sensors that are unseen and require no user action.


detect and report


alternate method to contact first responders


integrated sensors for security systems


unauthorized access detection and alerts


we believe the innovative potential of existing products has been overlooked, and that there are unrealized solutions to pervasive problems facing people and society


in all aspects of our business interactions, communication and operation, we will hold true to the values of integrity, respect, and transparency


we develop intellectual property for solutions which we monetize through licensing agreements, through white label agreements, and through the sale of our own branded products


to ethically and responsibly create and deliver compelling products that instill an exceptional brand image, enhances the lives of people, and provides a positive experience for employees and partners

Rehabilitative Engineering Society of North America

Support for rehabilitation engineers striving to improve the lives of those with disability through innovation.

Georgia Tech Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation

Center for Inclusive Design & Innovation (CIDI) helps create user-centered products & services that benefit all users, regardless of ability.

Senior Healthcare Innovation Consortium

Senior Healthcare Innovation Consortium: Unlocking the power of innovation for healthy aging through collaboration of caregivers, patients & providers.


govmates is an online service connecting businesses with government contractors, making contracting easier and more efficient.

Assistive Technology Industry Association

The global leader in assistive technology (AT) education and research and the premier organization for AT manufacturers, developers, and resellers.

National Technology Alliance

A first-of-its-kind national organization to connect early-stage innovations with curated funding and commercialization opportunities, NTA provides an inclusive ecosystem and sustainable infrastructure for expediting the economic and societal impacts of government and commercial investments in innovative technologies.

Network of Assistive Technologists

The N.O.A.T. Community Of Practice is an online hub for Assistive Technology Practitioners to gather, share, and develop our professional selves and the profession itself. https://www.noat.ca

WHO Global Cooperation on Assistive Technology (GATE)

The Global Cooperation on Assistive Technology (GATE) is a World Health Organization (WHO) initiative, drawing together people who share the GATE vision: a world where assistive technology is universally accessible to everyone, everywhere.

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