Jockey Club Rehabilitation Engineering Centre (REC) was established in 1987 with a generous donation from Hong Kong Jockey Club, aiming to provide services and conduct development in the area of assistive technology and rehabilitation engineering. REC have provided services to thousands of people with various special needs, and developed dozens of assistive devices and innovative medical devices. REC had been later gradually developed into an academic unit, with its own undergraduate and postgraduate programmes before it becomes the service arm of BME in 2006. REC has now become a platform to host Jockey Club Rehabilitation Engineering Clinic and Jockey Club Smart Ageing Hub, which were funded by Hong Kong Jockey Club in 2002 and 2017, respectively. REC is a very unique service arm of PolyU Biomedical Engineering, which facilitate to integrate education, research, service, and knowledge transfer in the area of rehabilitation engineering and smart ageing technology.