Our Smart cane is an adaption or even advancement of the current generation of the mobility cane.Visionary mobility takes the slandered mobility cane and aims to make it even more beneficial for people who struggle with mobility issues by using a range of sensors and other tracking technology to aid the user in their everyday travels and make their lives easier.


Empowered and Driven:
Delivering Solutions for Global Issues

3-Good health and wellbeing: Visionary Mobility’s goals align very well with the UN’s goal of
health and wellbeing, the goals main ideology is to improve people’s health and well-being as
the name suggests, our products aim to improve people’s lives specifically people who struggle
from mobility issues or visual impairments. This is achieved through us giving people the
confidence to go out and travel this boosts user’s confidence which leads to better well-being
mentally and physically.
4-Quality education: ensures that everyone has an equal chance or opportunity in education
our product helps individuals who may be at a disadvantage due to mobility limitations, due to
mobility issues people may not have the confidence or the ability to traverse through a school,
university, or college by them self our cane aims to boost these people’s confidence or even give
them the ability to do so through our advancement on the mobility cane.
10- Reduced inequalities: People with disabilities often face barriers to full participation in
society, including barriers to mobility and access to services. Smart canes can help reduce
inequalities by improving the mobility and independence of individuals with visual impairments,
allowing them to participate more fully in their communities. By providing individuals with visual
impairments the tools they need to navigate their environments safely and independently, smart
canes can help level the playing field and reduce inequalities based on disability.


``The challenge visionary mobility aims to tackle is the same challenge the visually impaired tackle every day, people who suffer from visual impairment or other impairments that affect their mobility, struggle to traverse areas with confidence whether it be around the house or to communal areas, our products goal is to make it so these people will have the ability to move around the house or attend social gatherings with independence and confidence.``
``Our solution to this challenge is taking the current generation of mobility and redesigning it with current technologies to improve its ability to aid users' traveling needs, this is done through the addition of sensors to locate objects and their distance and sound or haptic feedback to warn the user of the obstacles. We have also added the function for third-party tracking so users can go out and if they need any assistance family or friends will always know where the user is, these technical advancements all improved the ability of the cane making it more beneficial for users.``
Use Case
``Our product has many use cases as it is integrated into the user's daily life like the traditional mobility cane, users can use the can to go to school, shops schools, and anywhere around the world, and there aren’t any geographical restrictions to our product. Anywhere the traditional mobility cane is used our product can be used to improve on it.``


List of Essential Tools and Technologies



“The prototype for our project is a lightweight device designed to assist individuals with visual impairments in navigating their surroundings with ease. It incorporates advanced sensors such as ultrasonic sensors, to detect obstacles in the user’s path. These sensors provide real-time feedback through haptic vibrations, alerting the user to the presence and proximity of objects. The cane also features an accelerometer to accurately track the user’s movement and orientation, ensuring that the user will have a seamless and intuitive experience. With the addition of a mobile application, users can customise settings and access additional features to enhance their mobility. This prototype aims to provide a reliable and user-friendly solution for individuals with visual impairments, empowering them to navigate their world independently.
The ultrasonic sensors are crucial for the prototype as they play a vital role in detecting obstacles in the user’s path. By using sound waves to measure distances, they provide accurate feedback about the proximity of objects. This feature is essential for ensuring the user’s safety and helping them navigate around potential obstacles.”


Stage 1


Stage 2


Stage 3

Online Marketing
Creative agency
Web development


Impact on the market

``The mobility cane market has witnessed a steady increase globally over the past several years,
the market can be described as linear to the population as the population increases the market
for mobility canes also increases. The increase in visual impairments directly affects the
number of people who would benefit from using a cane. Our product should fit in with the
market very well, but it should also revolutionise the current generation of the mobility cane, we
will be one of the first to make any of these advancements.``



“The process to reach our final product consisted of regular refinement and testing, as well as conducting a lot of research. We started by doing extensive research on the needs and challenges faced by individuals with visual impairments. This helps in understanding the requirements and designing a cane that addresses those needs effectively. Our involved setting milestones, defining goals, and establishing a timeline for the development process. This was followed by the designing of the physical form of the cane, considering factors such as weight, and user comfort. Once the design is finalised, prototypes are created to test and iterate upon the functionality and usability of the cane. This iterative process helps refine the design and ensures that it meets the desired objectives.
With the design in place, the hardware and software components of the cane are developed. This includes integrating ultrasonic sensors, and vibrating motors into the cane’s structure. The software side involves creating algorithms for obstacle detection, and gesture recognition, and developing a mobile application for customisation and additional features. Vigorous testing is done to ensure its reliability, accuracy, and user-friendliness. Feedback from individuals with visual impairments is gathered to make necessary improvements and refinements. This iterative process continues until the cane meets the desired standards.”


Results 1


Results 2


Results 3

The Team

Meet the team of ``Project name``

Project Manager Project Manager; ?> Project Manager
Ryan Hicks
Project Manager
Web Designer Web Designer; ?> Web Designer
Ryan Hicks
Web Designer
Web Designer Web Designer; ?> Web Designer
Ryan Hicks
Web Designer
Web Designer Web Designer; ?> Web Designer
Ryan Hicks
Web Designer