PRODUCTS CAN EXCLUDE
This happens not only on a social, but also on a functional level. We find a form of exclusion using the example of the wheelchair, which is stigmatizing, functionally deficient and aesthetically rudimentary at the same time. Small quantities are responsible for high initial costs, low technology spectrum and the lack of design.
On the one hand, this design has a range of functions that allows for a wide range of application scenarios, from indoor use and climbing stairs to participation in public transport as well as motorized private transport on public roads in urban and peri-urban areas. Several currently used categories of invalid cars, special vehicles and wheelchairs will become obsolete by this product.