Navigation for Visually Impaired and Hard Hearing People

LOUD STEPS

Assistive technology for blind or deaf people in urban living spaces. Advancements in the technology have brought the opportunity to assist people during their daily living. Using the benefits of smartphones and wearables, help blind or visually impaired people to explore their surroundings and easily find out their way.

Urban living is now accessible with technology.

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Travel & Transportation
The journey of a visually impaired people is now barrier-free.
Education & Universities
It’s easy to find classes inside campuses.
Shopping Malls
Modern retail is made accessible.
Government
Publicly available places are now barrier-free.

World's most widely used accessibility solution

6

Available Countries

14

integrated Smart Cities

100

Active Venues

Supported by Local Organisations

Adaptable for various venues

Airports

Shopping Malls

Universities

Hospitals

Public Buildings

Smart Cities

Hotels

Curated functionality for complex environments

Function No. 1

Discovering near by places

Provide necessary information, regarding the position of a blind person.
Eliminate barriers with Loud Steps; bring confidence to the visually impaired visitors.

Directional and Location-based descriptive information help visually impaired person to visualize the environment they are in.

Directional, Informative content from the places ahead.

Contextual, Custom information regarding to user, position and the place.

Function No. 2

Wayfinding towards the destination

Assistive information on the go, to help to reach the destination without help.

Make the way for the people with low vision; bring autonomy with blind navigation.

Birds-eye-view or step-by-step wayfinding information using environmental data and precise location-based information.

Birds-Eye-View, Direction and distance information from the origin.

Step-by-Step, Navigating through check-points with turn-by-turn commands.

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