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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Curious to know about market share of key-players/volumes/revenues Connectivity Enabling Technology Market further segmented by type, application and important regions.
Thus, this report advises on the challenges in this sector, and the right usage of cloud enabling technology to help investors gain maximum profits.
The Exelis winning entry was selected from 42 shortlisted nominations in six categories: Environment, Enabling Technology, Service Provision, Industry, Innovation and Runway.
Using Tektronix, Enabling Technology, the digitizers achieve up to 5 GHz bandwidth and a 12.5 GS/s sample rate.
Nasalfent utilises PecSysTM, a proprietary enabling technology owned by Archimedes which modulates the flow of molecules across mucosal membranes.
The award is presented each year to a company that has created and advanced enabling technology for R & D, technology that has either impacted or has the potential to impact several market sectors.
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Pictographics is also developing a number of in-house products including a content management system, an enabling technology allowing clients to update their own Web site.
What is enabling technology? Enabling technology simplifies the task of analyzing data, it expedites the decision process, it generalizes the pertinent information in a standard form and it abstracts, or eliminates the unnecessary details of the analysis.
"Mobion is a true breakthrough in advanced micro fuel cell technology, and is the enabling technology powering our first product shipment planned for the industrial market later this year," said MTI Micro president and CEO William Acker.