How infrared technology can help people with disabilities regain mobility.

Sam Schmidt has become the official tester for leading innovations in race car design. And all he has to do is shake his head.

Before a collision in January of 2000 that left him paralyzed from the neck down, Schmidt was a driver for the 27 Indy Racing League. After his accident, the former driver wanted to help others find a love for the sport with his own racing league, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports. In late 2013, innovators at Arrow Electronics approached him about a project that would allow him to return to his space behind the wheel.

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