Funding plea for automated home technology for disabled

It is technology that can literally open doors, allowing lights and appliances to be turned on by raising an eyebrow or clenching a fist.

But despite the potential for automated home technology to revolutionise disabled people's lives, a Perth-based not-for-profit has struggled to get its product to market after government funding dried up.

Bentech Assistive Technologies has designed an automated home for people with disabilities that can be controlled from a website - on a mobile phone or tablet.

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