Five finalists of the Mobility Unlimited Challenge were announced at The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, 7 January 2019.
This led to the $4 million global Mobility Unlimited Challenge which supports radical improvements in the mobility and independence of people with lower-limb paralysis through smarter assistive technology.
Innovators from around the world submitted game-changing technologies to improve the lives of people with lower limb paralysis.
Each finalist will receive a $500,000 grant to develop their idea further and the final winner will be awarded $1 million in 2020 in Tokyo. The five finalists are:
More information on the finalists, the shortlist and the longlist can be found on the Mobility Unlimited website.