GPRS-guided wheelchair & stretcher made by Chandigarh doctors
September 20, 2016
A wheelchair and stretcher guided by GPRS has been developed by doctors at Chandigarh's PGI Hospital.
The wheelchair and stretcher are attached to a tablet which has the map of the institute preloaded in it.
Patients can use them to move around various departments of the campus.
The institute is looking for technology partners so that 200 such wheelchairs can be made.
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