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CAD Studio and Autodesk reward designers of a unique vehicle for disabled

ELBEE in Inventor

The „CAD for Innovators“ competition was searching for the most interesting project which helps to increase the quality of life and to improve the environment and which builds on the Autodesk Cleantech Partner program. The results were announced in front of its 250 participants at this year´s professional conference CADforum 2014. The competition provided an opportunity to inventors and innovators, including those from the Czech Republic and Slovakia, to get - free of charge - the most advanced design software which may be worth up to 150 thousand USD. The company ZLKL, designers of the unique ELBEE vehicle for handicapped, received 5 licenses for Autodesk Product Design Suite Ultimate 2015.

ELBEE is a vehicle that can be driven directly from a wheelchair. It uses a unique patented system of steering transmission to the axle.

Read more in Also Czech innovators get cutting-edge software free of charge

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