Proceedings of the Stakeholder's Forum:
Wheeled Mobility

May 26-27, 1999, Pittsburgh, PA

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1. Pre-forum Activities - (156K)
(These documents are also provided in PDF format on The Stakeholder's Forum Page)

Copyright
Acknowledgements
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
Project Description
Stakeholder Forum Protocols
Industry Profiles

2. Forum Proceedings

Introduction to Technologies


Manual Wheelchair Propulsion
White Paper - (60K)
Forum Data - (128K)
Problem Statements - (32K)
--Geared Hubs


Power, Management and Monitoring
White Paper - (44K)
Forum Data - (144K)
Problem Statements - (32K)
--Monitors
--Chargers


Motors and Drivetrains
White Paper - (48K)
Forum Data - (44K)
Problem Statements
--Motors - (32K)
--Transmissions - (28K)


Materials and Components
White Paper - (52K)
Forum Data - (40K)
Problem Statements - (28K)
--Tires

3. Post-forum Activities - (188K)


Appendices
Attendees
Attendees by Technology Group
Evaluations
Partner Descriptions and Websites

 

 

In addition to T2RERC, the event's sponsors include: T2RERC's funder, the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) of the U.S. Department of Education; and the Federal Laboratory Consortium Atlantic Region; in cooperation with: the RERC on Wheeled Mobility; Research Triangle Institute; and two T2RERC partner agencies in Buffalo: AZtech, Inc. and the Independent Living Center of Western New York.

For more information contact:
Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Technology Transfer

Link to and participate in a group discussion on Technology Transfer that has been set up since the Stakeholder's Forum occurred.

Center for Assistive Technology
University at Buffalo,
State University of New York
Kimball Tower Rm. 515,
3435 Main St., Buffalo, NY 14214-3079
Tel: 716/829-3141
Fax: 716/829-3217
Voice or TDD: 800/628-2281

 

Last Updated: March 17, 2002

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