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Remap Awards 2019

Posted 28 June 2019 in Blog

A man leans out of the window of his car and tips his hat

We had a wonderful day in London recently, celebrating our ingenious volunteers and their creative solutions to everyday challenges. Here’s a summary of this year’s award winning projects:

Founders Award

Niall McCarroll of Remap Berkshire

Niall made a small speech amplifier which clips on James’ glasses. Read more

 

 

Wolff Award

Akshaya Ahuja of Remap Cambridge

Akshaya made a wearable pressure sensor to help Sarah correct her posture. Read more

 

 

Remap 50 Award

Nigel Barnicle of Remap West Midlands

Nigel’s chariot for Tom’s trike lets him indulge his need for speed safely. Read more

 

 

Sport Award

Richard Brown of Remap Basingstoke
Richard’s lightweight, portable guide rails help this team of visually impaired bowlers find the right lane. Read more

 

 

Miller Centre Trust Award

Michael Snell of Remap Cambridge

Michael’s single-handed binoculars mean Emmy can keep birdwatching. Read more

 

 

Able Magazine Award

Philip Watts of Remap West Midlands

Philip’s railway-inspired turntable mean that Roger and his daughter are able to leave their house. Read more

 

 

Carpenter Award

Derek Hayes of Remap Kent

Our ‘simple but effective’ award goes to Derek, for his comfortable and discreet alternative to the standard neck brace. Read more

 

 

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