Assistive Technology at KTH is a non-governmental student association. Our purpose is to develop innovative technical solutions to facilitate everyday life for people with disabilities. In that way bringing awareness and creating long-term interest in the field of assistive technologies.
We search for students that want to use their knowledge to help people in need. After an application process, teams of selected students are paired with clients who live with a disability. Over the course of the project students brainstorm, design, and create a prototype solution for their client.
Use your technical skills from KTH to solve actual real-world problems.
See the results of helping someone who really needs it.
Meet other students who are passioned to turn the world into a better place.
Joining us will make you more attractive to employers.
Hari Hara Sudhan
SRF (The Swedish Association of the Visually Impaired) wrote an article about us in their first number for Perspektiv 2020. You can listen to it on their podcast, starting at 45:56. The article is in Swedish. https://poddtoppen.se/podcast/1082982146/srf-perspektiv
An analysis of the Assistive Technology Market for 2020. Link to article: Assistive Devices Market 2020 Prosperous Growth, Recent Trends and Demand by Top Key Vendors like GN Resound Group, Freedom Scientific, Ai Squared
An interesting adapter to enable a player using a power wheelchair to control an Xbox. Link to article: Clever assistive tech turns to powerchairs into Xbox controllers
In this project, a team of 5 students 3D-printed and assembled an arm for a young boy, Diego, in Honduras. Diego lost part of his arm and hand in 2016 in a factory accident. He was working with a plantain chips machine when he had the misfortune of getting his arm chopped off. Diego soon Read more about The Hand for Diego[…]