Inclusive Technology Portal | SPD - Singapore
28 April 2017
PAPAWs require users to stroke the handrims to activate small, lighter weight motors, which then drive the wheels for brief periods of time (seconds).
Find out more about Clair Toh's (24-year-old para-athlete) experience with the SmartDrive and the Alber E-motion PAPAWs here.
26 May 2016
Assistive Technology (AT) enables individuals to overcome the limitations of their disabilities so that they can function effectively in work, school and play.
25 November 2016
Technology and engineering can help to overcome barriers and challenges that people with disabilities face, enabling them to live more independently and thrive in the community. Hence, we are very pleased that DSO National Laboratories, Singapore’s national defence research and development organisation, chose to partner SPD for its community project Hack-a-Toy this year.