Indoor navigation enables users to find their way around large spaces, take the shortest routes and be made aware of all the POI along the way. Using a smart phone with voice activation, the AudiblEye app makes a never before visited location easily navigable for visually impaired individuals.
# Indoor positioning & presence detection
# Navigation & routing
# Location sharing
# Location based communication
The user is guided by a combination of positioning algorithms, Bluetooth low-energy beacons, and a free mobile app on a smart phone. Routing-by-voice is available through the use of the smart phone’s accessibility feature. A similar applications has been installed to assist visually-impaired passengers at San Francisco International Airport and commissioned by MD Support and the MD Foundation
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This app is great! Much needed for indoor orientation in any public building. Not only it helps the user to navigate through a building, but it also has a destination feature which is very useful when trying to locate a specific place within that building. The app works with strategically placed beacons so contact the developer to have them installed.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.