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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By upgrading its natural gas meters to Itron's automated meter reading technology, New Mexico Gas Company customers will no longer be inconvenienced by meter readers coming onto their property every month to read their gas meters, and they will no longer need to make arrangements for access to gas meters for meter reading.
Now more readers can immerse themselves in the topics they love and see their books come to life," said Ray Kurzweil, inventor and founder of K-NFB Reading Technology.
A joint venture between Kurzweil Technologies and the National Federation of the Blind, the principals of K-NFB Reading Technology Inc.
Now they can carry Blio across their devices, from desktops and laptops to smartphone and tablets, for a seamless experience," said Ray Kurzweil, world-renowned inventor and founder of K-NFB Reading Technology.
NASDAQ:ITRI) announced today a contract with New Mexico Gas Company to install approximately 345,000 natural gas modules with advanced automated meter reading technology.
the world's largest distributor of digital and physical books and entertainment products, together with K-NFB Reading Technology, developer of the Blio e-reading software application, announced today at the International CTIA Wireless show plans for Blio to be pre-loaded on select future products from T-Mobile USA, Inc.
Under terms of the agreement, Itron will also license its ERT reading technology to EnergyHub.
21, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Sideways, a software company that transforms books, magazines and other publications into immersive experiences on mobile devices, today announced its patent-pending Buddy Reading technology with a version of Beatrix Potter's classic in Peter Rabbit: Buddy Edition for the iPad, iPhone and Touch.
knfb Reading Technology is the brainchild of Ray Kurzweil, a thirty-year innovator and pioneer in assistive technologies and the inventor of the world's first print-to-speech reading machine.
Blio is the revolutionary e-reader software application created by K-NFB Reading Technology and powered by Baker & Taylor.
May 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The top-selling speed reading application on the iPhone app store, QuickReader, has launched a new version that upgrades its market leading speed reading technology, offering a significantly enhanced eBook reader interface, and integrating with Facebook and Twitter.
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