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Assistive Technology Software Solutions for all Adaptive Devices

Chetu develops custom assistive technology software solutions to aid users with limited ability to perform various types of tasks and utilize adaptive and rehabilitative devices. AI-enabled assistive technology is very effective in removing communication barriers and helping people become self-reliant. AI-assisted accessibility solutions provided by Chetu are highly valuable in making digital platforms more inclusive.

assistive technology software solutions to help the blind and visually impaired

Assistive Technology for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Our blindness and low-vision assistive technology solutions include text-to-speech (TTS) readers, smart magnifiers, talking and braille watches, GPS devices with descriptive audio navigation, and spatial-aware mobility aids with IoT functionality (smart canes and wheel chairs). We develop multilingual screen reading software with advanced resolution and color-contrast settings, as well as voice-command computer software for easily installation, device integration, document management, and internet browsing. Our braille technology services include interfacing braille displays, keyboards, embossers, and printers with desktop and mobile operating systems.

assistive technology solutions for devices specifically for the deaf and hearing impaired

Assistive Technology for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired

We program software, including public communication systems, for the deaf and hard of hearing. Our embedded software programming capabilities for assistive listening devices include frequency modulation, direct audio inputs, room-limited infrared systems, and induction loops. We program high tech assistive listening systems and smart hearing aids with noise reduction algorithms, automated settings controls based on environmental conditions (including wind and other feedback), remote controls, and Bluetooth compatibility for accessing phones' calling and media audio.

technology solutions to aid disabled individuals communicate though augmentative and alternative applications communication and embedded device software

Assistive Technology for Communication

We develop Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) applications and embedded device software, providing communication solutions for those suffering from cognitive illnesses and learning disabilities (autism, dyslexia, TBI, ALS, cerebral palsy). We design software for Speech-Generating Devices (SGD) with customizable selection sets, direct and indirect access methods (including switch access scanning), digitized and synthesized speech outputs, encoding options, word prediction, and accelerated communication protocols. We also develop custom AAC iPad and tablet apps.

software solutions and hi-tech assistive devices utilized in special education classrooms and for individual students with learning disabilities

Assistive Technology in the Classroom

Our reading and writing solutions, designed with Universal Design for Learning (UDL) guidelines in mind, include text-to-speech (TTS) and speech-to-text programs for desktop and mobile devices, Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software, and Visual Scene Display (VSD) platforms. We also design corrective handwriting software with multisensory teaching features for students suffering from dysgraphia and other conditions that affect motor functions.

Frequent Asked Questions about Adaptive Software

The principles of assistive technology state that the technology should be easily accessible to individuals, collaborative between people with disabilities and the elderly, flexible in terms of adaptability, easy to use, fully inclusive and supportive for integration into society. , education, employment and community settings.

There are many disability barriers to technology such as physical barriers (website features like mouse click, touch screen without screen reading software), visual barriers (small font sizes, poor color contrast, inaccessible images), hearing barriers (video or podcasts without proper subtitles or transcripts), language barriers (not in the regional language), lack of awareness and training among developers on accessibility standards, and more.

Cost is one of the main limitations of assistive technology. Along with this lack of resources, mismanagement of resources and stigma around assistive technology are the other constraint.

Assistive technology helps in reading, learning and managing daily tasks for those with disabilities who face challenges in their daily lives. This technology helps to lead a dignified life.

The use of AI in adaptive software helps empower people with disabilities by improving accessibility, removing communication and vision barriers, improving prosthetics and mobility aids, and more.

Different countries may have specific legislation or policies in place to address assistive technology accommodations, such as in the United States “Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)”, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and California law.

An off-the-shelf device or adaptive software technology may not be right for the individual. By understanding the specific needs of an individual, Chetu provides customized assistive technology software solutions that have adjustable settings, configuration, and customizable interfaces and are easily compatible and integrated with third-party devices.


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