Assistive Technology

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Assistive Technology

A computer program or any other technology used to help physically impaired persons. One example of assistive technology is a computer program that reads newspapers aloud to blind persons.
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Nasalfent utilises PecSysTM, a proprietary enabling technology owned by Archimedes which modulates the flow of molecules across mucosal membranes.
As an enabling technology, RFID data must be available to the automated information systems (AISs).
This is a very basic approach, but hinges on analysis surrounding the vital three factors of people, process and the enabling technology.
Electronic tubes provide the enabling technology behind radars, electronic countermeasures (ECM), electronic warfare and satellite communications.
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In the past quarter, Z-Wave has been named a Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Innovations 2006 Design and Engineering Award honoree, a Best Enabling Technology of the Year by the Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) and a 2005 Product of the Year by Electronic House magazine.
Frost & Sullivan, a global growth consulting firm, has awarded Siemens Medical Solutions the "2005 Enabling Technology of the Year" award in recognition of being the first company to successfully introduce a 64-slice computed tomography (CT) system.
With the worldwide emergence and explosive growth of 3G, RFID, WiFi, and WiMax wireless technologies, along with the Internet, Open Terra's advanced mobile enabling technology is positioned to meet this demand.
Senforce, as the critical enabling technology for centrally-managed, location-aware endpoint security that enables powerful and automated enforcement of security policies for all desktop, mobile and wireless computers;
This report, from Strategy Analytics Portable Enabling Technology Strategies (PTS) service, divides the demand for portable battery cells into primary and secondary cell chemistries and then segments this by device type:
Strategy Analytics' Portable Enabling Technology Strategies (PTS) service segments the device market into large portable, pocket and wearables.