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New Mobility asked thought leaders in technology, transportation, culture, community and function research to share their big ideas for making the world a better place for wheelchair users. Here's what they said.
The biggest travel fear is an airline losing your wheelchair or damaging it.
Will wheelchairs always have wheels? If we can’t hail an Uber driver, will the company send an autonomous vehicle instead? And what about research?Where's our cure? Read on for answers in this, our first Big Ideas issue.
Smart technologies combined with artificial intelligence and advanced robotics are changing everything we know about mobility devices.
Everything we knew about rehab and research is being turned on its head.
Disability is more visible than ever, and our most celebrated representatives are insisting on authentic portrayals, genuine athletic achievement and true political equity.
The last thing we want is to relive the rise of ridesharing companies, when people with disabilities were left sitting on the curb. This time around, as autonomous vehicles emerge, we’re at the table.