The National Sample Survey Organization (NSSO) Report, 2002 estimates the number of disabled people in the country to be 18.5 million, of which over 10 million have locomotor disabilities. Developing assistive technologies and rehabilitation solutions for people with locomotor impairments is a key focus area of R2D2 in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at IIT Madras. The goal is to engineer and develop indigenous solutions that are functional and affordable. 

Introducing NeoStand, India's customizable Electric Standing Wheelchair by NeoMotion. It features a motorized standing function and compact design for maneuverability in tight spaces, tailored to individual needs for optimal comfort and functionality.

NeoFly: A personalized wheelchair catering to individual health and lifestyle needs. It enables users to cover 3 to 5 times more distance per push, with its compact design allowing access to narrow spaces. The wheelchair features a cushion for enhanced skin care, stability, and ease of transfer, all wrapped in a stylish package.

NeoBolt: Designed for independent commuting to various destinations, including office, college, or the market. It seamlessly attaches to the NeoFly without transfer hassle and is rugged enough for any terrain. Equipped with a rechargeable battery, digital dashboard, horn, and reverse function, it offers a driving range of 30 km per charge.

Arise is a manual wheelchair with an inbuilt feature that allows the user to rise to a standing position independently.

Kadam is India’s first indigenously developed four-bar knee under the Make in India campaign. 

Plug and Train Robot (PLUTO) for Hand Rehabilitation: A low-cost hand-neuro-rehabilitation device to provide gamified therapy to persons with neurological and musculoskeletal conditions such as stroke, arthritis, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease, etc., to restore hand functions.