Internet of Things has the potential to become an enabler for assistive electronics devices by increasing accessibility support and services for people with disabilities. These include domains such as healthcare, education, independent and assisted living, mobility and navigation in public spaces among others.
Electronics based assistive technology devices help people who have difficulty speaking, typing, writing, seeing, hearing among others. Assistive electronics devices aims at easing connectivity and communication for individuals with sensory, physical or cognitive difficulties, impairments and disabilities to enable them to fully participate in society.
Mistral has the requisite skills for design and development of connected assistive electronic devices designed specifically to help people with vision loss or other disabilities. These include portable scanners for the visually impaired or low-vision aids, braille tablets, audio aids among others.
Mistral’s team brings invaluable experience in SoC, OS, sensor integration, testing and system validation to the customer’s product concept, enabling them to assist their customers to fully realize their potential through the latest in innovative assistive technology devices.