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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Integrating Crossmatch's fingerprint reading technology into Lenovo's new ThinkPad lets healthcare professionals keep their data secure and control who is accessing it without slowing them down while providing care.
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With patented algorithms for high-speed barcode and optical character recognition (OCR) reading technology, the company's Tire Solutions are said to provide advanced, reliable reading results.
It's another fantastic milestone that they have introduced fingerprint reading technology into their new iPhone range.
Taylor, a former reading technology supervisor and instructor who has designed and manufactured reading improvement devices, explains basic reading skills and shows education students and professors, classroom teachers, reading clinic specialists, and behavioral optometrists how to evaluate these skills through eye-movement recording.
OEM equipment designers can now take full advantage of powerful Cognex vision and code reading technology in space-constrained and cost-sensitive applications such as those in the clinical diagnostic, printing, kiosk, or medical device industries.
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