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The goal of the motorized standing platform project is to create a motorized platform that allows the user to be in a standing position while moving. Our customers, Debbie Downey, has a daughter who has cerebral palsy, and other birth defects that don't allow her to walk or stand for long periods of time. The motorized standing platform will give Megan the ability to move in a standing position while giving her enough support to not fall, and not put too much pressure on her legs and hips. This platform would also give her the ability to sit when she needs to, and stand when she wants to.
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From left to right: Larry Fredsell(EE), Olivia Robertson(EE), George Bishop(ME), Mike Fleszar(ISE), Alex Silberglied(ME), Gabe Luce(ME)
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