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Wayne State University,College of Engineering
5050 Anthony Wayne Drive, Detroit, Michigan 48202
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The Enabling Technologies Laboratory (ETL) at Wayne State University was founded in 1993 with the intention of creating, designing, and implementing technologies that will enable people of all capabilities to enhance their innate abilities, both physical and mental. With a special emphasis on the development of technologies for individuals with disabilities, the ETL aims to promote independence among those who, without the technology, would be unable to participate in certain activities.

 The ETL functions according to a three-tiered philosophy. This philosophy includes:

Meet the ETL Staff:
Dr. Robert Erlandson, ETL Director
Mr. David Sant, ETL Project Engineer
Ms. Ellen Traschenko, ETL Information Specialist

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