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GeckoSystems Reveals Concept Design for the 21st Century Wheelchair
Date:12/21/2011

kets/professional_healthcare.php">http://geckosystems.com/markets/professional_healthcare.php) with vital sign sensors and telepresence is expected to sell for around $35,000.  Navigational enhancements for frequent outdoor use will be an available option for around $5,000.  This model should go into production early in 2013.

Additionally, an ATV style CyberMobile wheelchair for heavy-duty outdoor use is planned.  It will have extended range laser sensors, telecommunications, and an extended battery life of up to ten hours and a maximum speed of 8-10 miles per hour.  Its rugged four-wheel independent suspension will enable it to handle dirt roads and trails.  This model should be available in mid 2013 and sell for about $50,000 U.S.

Current electro-mechanically operated wheelchairs retail in the $15-25,000 range while rehabilitative chairs commonly reach the $50-$80,000 range.  Given the increased safety and mobility offered by GeckoSystems' CyberMobile chairs the company believes they will compete very well in the current market.

Recently GeckoSystems announced additional details regarding their Joint Venture with the Chinese.  Under the auspices of the People's Republic of China a new company is being formed and a new wheelchair manufacturing plant is being built to accommodate updated healthcare standards for the Chinese people. 

These new standards will require the production of hundreds of thousands of wheelchairs for the disabled in China. The joint venture will be engineering a completely new product, a truly collision proof wheelchair with CyberMobility™, that uses GeckoSystems' proprietary automatic self-navigation AI software technology, GeckoNav™.

This Chinese Joint Venture will also produce a basic module for their robotic line at a markedly reduced price, giving GeckoSystems a huge competitive advantage in commercial markets such as healthcare, security, and a va
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