Mobotics Lab announced today the release of iBuddy, a self-driving mobility aid designed to follow and transport the user around. The user can also access online content and services with the smart functions on the iBuddy for more performance and data exchange.
Loss in mobility is the main reason why many seniors live less active lifestyles. It can also lead to a higher risk of diseases and a lower quality of life. iBuddy is designed to preserve health in older adults and keep them mobile and active. It can do outdoor activities with the user and bring them home when they are tired from walking. Healthy seniors mean less pressure on the health care system and a more sustainable future.
Many seniors struggle emotionally when it comes to using a wheelchair. iBuddy is designed to be visually appealing and user-friendly to evoke a positive response and overcome any initial unwillingness.
Through smartphone app connection, iBuddy can also serve as digital platform for other types of fun technology. For the first time, the mobility aid can be seen as something trendy and fun.
Besides the intuitive design for the user, iBuddy also takes into consideration the need of caregivers, family members, and local dealers. In the case of an emergency, iBuddy can share the location of the user in real time to prevent seniors from getting lost or stuck on the road.
Mobotics Lab expects iBuddy to improve mobility in seniors and help them stay independent, active and connected. The lab will showcase iBuddy at 2018 Rehacare in Dusseldorf, Germany on 26th-29th September and 2018 H.C.R exhibition in Tokyo, Japan on 10th -12th October.
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