Developers Showcase (formerly Developer’s Forum)

The Developers Showcase provides a unique interactive opportunity for both large and small developers to obtain feedback on their products and to discuss ideas for new products and enhancements with engineers, rehab technologists, therapists, consumers and others in the field of assistive technology. Products showcased at the Developers Showcase should be under development, new products, and products undergoing redesign for which you are particularly interested in receiving constructive feedback. Participants are welcome from all areas of assistive technology, including hardware/software, AAC, workplace accommodations, Universal Design, seating/position/mobility, transportation, recreation, etc.

What is the Developers Showcase and Networking Reception?

Participants must be registered for the conference or an exhibitor. The finalists of the RESNA Student Design Competition will also be a part of this Showcase, so come and learn about new, creative and innovative products are being designed by college and university students. 

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When & Where 

This year's Developers Showcase will be held at the RESNA 2019/ RehabWeek 2019 during a special time in the Exhibit Hall. Specific times will be released shortly.


The Developers Showcase and Networking Reception is open to all conference attendees!


The purpose of the Developers Showcase is to provide an informal opportunity for product developers, researchers and manufacturers to meet with clinicians, attendees and end users. The showcase provides an opportunity to discuss new technology, as well as opportunities to provide feedback on existing technology, and to formulate ideas for new products. 

How to Participate in the Showcase

The atmosphere for the Showcase is that of a mini-exhibit hall, with each developer having a display table in a large room. At the beginning of the showcase, developer introductions will be made to the group at large in a minute-madness format. Those attending the event are encouraged to move freely about the room and mingle with developers and manufacturers. 

If you are a developer and you have a product you would like to show, please fill out the Developers Showcase registration form and submit it on the RESNA Conference Management site. You must be either a registered conference attendee or an exhibitor. 


Any questions, comments, requests or suggestions can be directed to Charlie Raphael at


TREAT: Center for Translation of Rehabilitation Engineering Advances and Technology

TREAT: Center for Translation of Rehabilitation Engineering Advances and Technology

IMPACT: Initiative to Mobilize Partnerships for Successful Assistive Technology Transfer

University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences