Smart Cane

Increases visually impaired people’s independence, promotes equal and full participation in social life.

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What is WeWALK?

There is an estimated number of over 250 million visually impaired people (World Health Organization) in the world and 50 million are using a cane.

Since the beginning of the white cane usage it never got innovated and visually impaired individuals faced problems like coming across above chest obstacles. WeWALK solves this problem and adds more to it through smartphone integration.

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Our Revolutionary Features

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Detects Obstacles

WeWALK detects obstacles above chest level with ultrasonic sensor and warns with vibration.

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Paires with Phone

When paired with WeWALK application, actions such as getting navigation can be performed on WeWALK easily without taking the phone at hand.

Evolves with Integrations

Each integration developed for WeWALK brings new features with software updates. WeWALK is integrated with Voice Assistant and Google Maps.

Discover the Application

WeWALK mobile application increases the power of WeWALK Smart Cane.

Provides outdoor navigation, way-finding features, Amazon Alexa, public transportation integrations (beta) and customization for your smart cane.

Also you can use the application for free without WeWALK Smart Cane.

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What Users Say?

"I would like to say a big thanks to WeWALK and everyone who is involved in developing this cane for blind people. Hopefully there will be more advances like this in the near future."
WeWALK User from Ireland
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"Today is my first day with WeWALK and for the first time in my life I went home without hitting anything and without anyone's help."
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Media Coverage

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Our co-founder Kursat Ceylan, has demonstrated WeWALK on CNN International.

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Microsoft UK CEO Cindy Rose has highlighted WeWALK’s AI capabilities as role model.

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“In these days we are talking about flying cars, but these people have been using just a plain stick.”

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“High-tech smart cane has launched in New York.”


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Smart Cane for the Visually Impaired