Genny Mobility is a generation that has begun.
In an age of burgeoning technological improvements, Genny Mobility enables those with walking disabilities to gain a simple manner of mobility with independence from human aid. The iBot and Genny will be discussed in this article with a mention of Segway PT.
Larry Hollenbeck of Los Angeles, California, made contact with his personal involvement in a current project to bring mobility devices that are benefiting those with disabilities. He has been a graphics provider and supporter of Paolo Badano, who now lives in Switzerland and hails from Savona, Italy. Paolo is the creator of Genny Mobility. After reviewing source material, I became interested in producing this editorial.
First of all, Larry is a good friend who is keen on human interests. He has provided graphics banners to help this project at no cost.
Universal Digest decided to provide this supportive editorial. This author had been confined to a wheelchair for some time and understands a lack of mobility.
Here are some examples of some of Larry’s banner graphics provided for Paolo Badano’s project:
Paolo Badano is working to bring his mobility devices to the United States. He has worked to produce his manufacture to other countries, as well. Genny has a sales outlet located at Admirals Park, Dartford, United Kingdom. The facility is open 24 hours a day to provide mobility devices to those with disabilities. Genny Mobility UK is owned by Craig Tibbles and he has an efficient team in place.
Here are some pictures of their facility, test drives, shows and expositions:
The history of mobility transport: iBot, Segway, and Genny.
Originally, Paolo Badano associated with Dean Kamen who had created the first mobility device named the iBot. This working connection occurred fifteen years ago and both of them have moved forward to provide the public with mobility aid devices. Dean Kamen is now associated with Toyota and is creating for mass production the next generation iBot! The iBot device can help the disabled to ascend stairways in a home or business. To those who may not know this, Dean Kamen is the creator of the Segway PT (Personal Transport).
These images are of Paolo Badano and Dean Kamen who to this day are friends. Their creations are noted, as well:
Universal Digest is honored to be contacted by some very creative and innovative individuals who are continually working to improve the human condition. Well done and carry on!