EIIR Provider Solutions/Capabalities
At the reputed 2022 Supplier Prestige Awards, Microsoft recognized HCL Technologies for its work in actively eliminating barriers to accessibility through the power of data, technology and partnerships.
WonderVision, an IAV solution using language and image recognition and voice interface, brings blind people to their destination safely.
Grid Dynamics and Evinced Enter Into Long-Term Strategic Partnership to Drive Accessibility in Mobile App Development
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and ITK Engineering GmbH have jointly developed a digital training tool to support adults with autism spectrum disorder. A web-based app featuring video and audio clips affords patients the opportunity to learn to distinguis
EIIR Buyer GIC/R&D Best Practices/Solutions
ITC bets on ?sixth sense? of visually impaired to evaluate fragrances, hires 60. A good example to utilize unique talent of visually impaired.
Mastercard Introduces Accessible Card Design for Blind Users. Different varieties of the card will use physical notches to help people use touch to distinguish among them and discern the correct way to insert them into scanning machines.
Cisco Webex Innovation Breaks Through Language Barriers with Real-Time Translation for More Inclusive Meeting Experiences
Foxconn is partnering with British healthcare startup GyroGear to produce and market its products. Foxconn will invest £1 million in Gyrogean and will play a major role in promoting the company’s signature product – GyroGlove, a smart wearable device — across the Asian region. GyroGlove is a glove that can be attached to the back of the hand to reduce tremors. By employing an electronic and adjustable gyroscope, the glove helps people with Parkinson’s disease who suffer from shaky hands, restore the quality of life through better control of the hand. Foxconn and GyroGear will build an R&D center in Taiwan.
Starbucks Is Offering New Accessible Services: A Third Party App And Braille Menus. A good initiative to make services inclusive.
Apple iPhones can now tell blind users where and how far people are. Accessibility engineering.