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Apprentices' Engineering gadget helps patients see

 “As part of the Company’s Apprentice Innovation Challenge, seven teams of BAE Systems’ apprentices have designed and manufactured equipment to support the recovery of wounded soldiers returning from Afghanistan. The winning design was awarded to apprentices from BAE Systems in Rochester, Kent for their ‘Inviso visual aid device’, helping solider with restricted movement, such as back injuries, to see their surroundings. The clever device uses a combination of three cameras to give the soldier an unrestricted view of the hospital ward; enabling them to see other patients, visitors and to help with basic needs such as eating and shaving. The ‘Inviso’ will provide the patients with control over what they can see, allowing them a greater independence and help to boost their morale.” Read more at http://www.baesystems.com/Newsroom/NewsReleases/autoGen_1111011101218.html
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