EXPO Live - Solution For Visually Impaired Visitors
It is currently used in more than 150 countries by more than 90,000 blind and visually impaired people who are being assisted by more than 1.5 million volunteers in over 180 different languages. It is developed by a visually impaired innovator from Denmark. They have recently partnered with Microsoft as part of their call center to cater to the visually impaired.
Expo Live stand will be showcasing several global innovative solutions such as;
OTTAA, returning the voice to those who lost it. With images and artificial intelligence, using any mobile phone we enable speech impaired to talk again.
Nuru Energy, operated in Rwanda since 2010, studying the energy needs/habits of ultra-poor, rural households & perfecting the business model and technology. Nuru Energy is catalyzing energy entrepreneurship in rural, off-grid villages by providing single energy systems per village that is centrally located for everyone to use.
Attollo, an Edu-Tech social enterprise based in Canada that developed "Talking Stickers" - low-cost technology-assisted educational stickers designed to provide early literacy learning outcomes for children. Attollo SE is part of the UNICEF and World Bank led Early Childhood Action Network to meet Sustainable Development Goals of 2030.
KINTRANS, KinTrans Inc., is an artificial intelligence software company holding a patent-pending status on technology that recognizes body movement and automates sign language translation, allowing the deaf community communicate everywhere & several other....
Microsoft joins Be My Eyes app to provide tech support to Blind and Low Vision customers https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/accessibility/2018/02/21/microsoft-joins-be-my-eyes-app/