PROJECT IMPACTIVE

A Voluntary Engineering Initiative

COLLABORATION   •   TECHNICAL SUPPORT   •   ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS   •   PRODUCT REALISATION

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PROJECT IMPACTIVE IS BUILDING THE FUTURE OF ASSISTIVE TECH.

The project name ‘Impactive’ originates from our aim, which is to have an impact on people’s lives by creating bespoke assistive technology and tackling accessibility issues in our society. Our dedicated voluntary team of engineers and committee members work alongside our clients and partners so that they can enjoy a more independent lifestyle that they are in control of. We believe that by equipping people with the best tools to aid them to be independent individuals, we can tackle the whole world's problems better, together - and build a more accessible and inclusive future for us all. 

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Skilled enough to design, passionate enough to care.

We at Project Impactive work with people with disabilities irrespective of their age, race, or colour: previous projects have been completed for children in partnership with schools like Swiss Cottage School as well as for individuals of all identities and ages with larger organisations like the Global Disability Innovation Hub, Remap and MERU.  For any given project, an integrated team of Project Impactive engineers work with their client's input to brainstorm, design and build a solution within a three-month timeline. The outcomes of this process are flexible and are made to meet our clients' needs, be it just a model, a working prototype or a fully functional product modified to fit the user's specification.

 

OUR ACHIEVEMENTS

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NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR (UCL VOLUNTEERING AWARDS 2018)

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PROJECT OF THE YEAR  (UCL VOLUNTEERING AWARDS 2018 AND 2019)

PRINCESS DIANA AWARDS 2019

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SHORTLISTED FOR THE MAYOR OF LONDON VOLUNTEERING AWARDS

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Above all else, Project Impactive looks to its integrated team of UCL student engineers to tackle challenges facing people with disabilities, prioritising a participatory design-led approach.