This is Borja from NaviLens, an innovative technology that makes spaces more accessible for the visually-impaired community and that is facing great success as it is currently expanding. I would like to tell you a bit about the concept and how this works.
As I was telling you, Navilens is a new system of smart digital markers that make spaces more accesible.
These markers are colored codes similar to the QR codes but with technical characteristics that allow their reading in conditions that no other code has.
NaviLens helps users to obtain useful information (for instance, lines that pass by the bus stop, next departures, description of the stop, incidences in the service, etc.) in the format and language adapted to the user's profile, helping to improve the accessibility of any space as well as the user experience.
Do you want to check that through a video of our implementation in Barcelona public transport system?
Here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gS_rnciMN1Q
Also, here are some testimonials of our users:
Find it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWL7G3IGdeM
There is also a domestic version of the NaviLens technology for you to tag daily elements, detect and read them inside your houses.
Would you like to hear more about this domestic version?