LiNX Power Wheelchair Control System
noun, linx for 1. a relationship or CONNECTION between people, or organisations that enables communication" a key connection from clients to their world, providers to their clients, power wheelchair manufacturers to their providers and Dynamic Controls with them all.
2. An element that brings together previously disjointed concepts. "a SEAMLESS system."
What is LiNX?
LiNX is Dynamic Controls' next generation wheelchair control system spanning the simple sit and drive indoor market through to the complex rehab market. The LiNX vision is a new technology platform that harnesses wireless connectivity, data, and new motor control technology. It integrates both Shark and DX/ DX2 technology platforms into one unified platform. This new platform is driven by insights collected throughout the value chain, from the wheelchair manufacturer to the client. The result is a single, simple and expandable system for all segments of the wheelchair market.
What are the benefits of LiNX?
The benefits of the LiNX platform are significant; they include:
- A seamless and expandable system – you only need one platform across your whole market, simplifying your business by minimising stock variants, and reducing training and support costs.
- Modular components – modules and functions can be mixed and matched to suit market needs and opportunities.
- Next generation technology – state-of-the-art technology, which is easily updatable and expandable as technology develops.
- Revolutionary approach to programming – diagnose and update wheelchair systems wirelessly in real-time, with one of the LiNX Access tools. Configure wheelchairs quickly and more intuitively with a graphical programming interface.
What market segments does the LiNX system target?
LiNX is a seamless system with modules that can be mixed and matched. There are staged releases that are market segment driven. A basic sit and drive system is the first to launch as the features required are fewer and simpler. More features require more modules and the software gets more complex. The staged release plan is about releasing an ever increasing array of features, which builds to a total mix and match solution.