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An electronic and mechanical system that can be mounted onto most traditional wheelchairs. It can be controlled using numerous methods like: in-mouth controllers, joysticks, voice control, remote controls, buttons, or even automatically using artificial intelligence. The system also connects to a mobile application which reports the current state of the person and sends SOS messages in case of emergencies. The system monitors the state of its user and its surroundings using heartbeat sensors, smoke sensors, LDRs, and infrared sensors. It can be catered towards certain people only, so it can contain only certain components and methods of control. Lastly, it can be powered by eco-friendly sources of energy like solar power.

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Crew members

Tarek Kassab
Jack Shaker
Adham Abo El-Magd
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