Chivalrous Humanitarian Ideological Loiter Device (CHILD) is a multiple-utility based system that helps people who are unable to walk, to move around independently. Invented by Udhay Shankar (20) of Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, it consists of motion control based on gesture, strain, IFR remote and dual-tone multi-frequency signalling. A haptic arm and tray has been attached to help the visually impaired to avoid obstacles while navigating. The system is also RFID (radio frequency identification) and password-enabled to ensure user security. When Shankar saw his father, a cancer patient, grappling every day with his inability to be independent, he knew he had to do something about it. CHILD won the Grand Jury Award in the second season of Accenture’s Innovation Jockeys competition on August 30, 2013.