Catherine Holloway
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Statically vs dynamically balanced gait: Analysis of a robotic exoskeleton compared with a human
G Barbareschi, R Richards, M Thornton, T Carlson, C Holloway
2015 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2015
What are user perspectives of exoskeleton technology? A literature review
D Hill, CS Holloway, DZM Ramirez, P Smitham, Y Pappas
International journal of technology assessment in health care 33 (2), 160-167, 2017
Impact of platform edge doors on passengers’ boarding and alighting time and platform behavior
G de Ana Rodríguez, S Seriani, C Holloway
Transportation Research Record 2540 (1), 102-110, 2016
Effect of vertical step height on boarding and alighting time of train passengers
C Holloway, R Thoreau, TR Roan, D Boampong, T Clarke, D Watts, ...
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part F: Journal of …, 2016
Linking wheelchair kinetics to glenohumeral joint demand during everyday accessibility activities
CS Holloway, A Symonds, T Suzuki, A Gall, P Smitham, S Taylor
2015 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2015
A micro-level approach to measuring the accessibility of footways for wheelchair users using the Capability Model
C Holloway, N Tyler
Transportation planning and technology 36 (7), 636-649, 2013
A comparison between smartphone sensors and bespoke sensor devices for wheelchair accessibility studies
M Gupta, C Holloway, BM Heravi, S Hailes
2015 IEEE Tenth International Conference on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor …, 2015
Exploring the pedestrian level of interaction on platform conflict areas at metro stations by real-scale laboratory experiments
S Seriani, T Fujiyama, C Holloway
Transportation Planning and Technology 40 (1), 100-118, 2017
Train design features affecting boarding and alighting of passengers
R Thoreau, C Holloway, G Bansal, K Gharatya, TR Roan, N Tyler
Journal of Advanced Transportation 50 (8), 2077-2088, 2016
The effect of transport accessibility on the social inclusion of wheelchair users: A mixed method analysis
R Velho, C Holloway, A Symonds, B Balmer
Social Inclusion 4 (3), 24-35, 2016
Disability interaction (DIX) a manifesto
C Holloway
interactions 26 (2), 44-49, 2019
Disrupting the world of disability: The next generation of assistive technologies and rehabilitation practices
C Holloway, H Dawes
Healthcare technology letters 3 (4), 254-256, 2016
Innovative strategies for urban car-sharing systems and a simulator to assess their performance
EM Cepolina, A Farina, C Holloway, N Tyler
Transportation Planning and Technology 38 (4), 375-391, 2015
The effect of liner design and materials selection on prosthesis interface heat dissipation
RJ Williams, ED Washington, M Miodownik, C Holloway
Prosthetics and orthotics international 42 (3), 275-279, 2018
Street rehab: Linking accessibility and rehabilitation
C Holloway, B Heravi, G Barbareschi, S Nicholson, S Hailes
2016 38th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2016
Intersections Between Systems Thinking and Market Shaping for Assistive Technology: The SMART (Systems-Market for Assistive and Related Technologies) Thinking Matrix
M MacLachlan, J McVeigh, M Cooke, D Ferri, C Holloway, V Austin, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (12), 2627, 2018
Effect of environmental factors on how older pedestrians detect an upcoming step
TJ Cheng, B Yang, C Holloway, N Tyler
Lighting Research & Technology 50 (3), 405-415, 2018
Comparing shared control approaches for alternative interfaces: a wheelchair simulator experiment
C Ezeh, P Trautman, C Holloway, T Carlson
2017 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC), 93-98, 2017
The ultimate wearable: connecting prosthetic limbs to the IoPH
RJ Williams, C Holloway, M Miodownik
Proceedings of the 2016 ACM international joint conference on pervasive and …, 2016
The effect of footway crossfall gradient on wheelchair accessibility
CS Holloway
UCL (University College London), 2011
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