Using advanced technologies such as lidar—also used in autonomous vehicles—Strap’s assistive device is aimed at helping visually impaired people navigate their environment.
Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on reddit Reddit Share on whatsapp WhatsApp Share on email Email Share on print Print STRAP is a wearable, hands-free device with an innovative array of sensors that work by sending real-time information that detect obstacles at...
Diego Roel oriundo de Monterrey es fundador y director ejecutivo de la firma STRAP Technologies desarrolló el dispositivo Strap que se coloca como un arnés sobre el pecho y detecta los obstáculos, objetos colgantes, escalones, desniveles y cavidades que ponen en peligro a los invidentes.
Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on reddit Reddit Share on whatsapp WhatsApp Share on email Email Share on print Print LAS VEGAS, Nevada.- Diego Roel es un joven de 16 años que ha desarrollado un producto que hace que las personas con...
The vision behind Strap Technologies is to give the visually impaired more independence and rights. There are more than 300 million visually impaired people in the world, and according to the World Health Organization every 5 seconds someone else loses their sight.
In the future blind people will not depend on a white cane or a guide. A wearable with the potential to restore independence and freedom to people who have lost their sight.
Diego, the CEO, and Ben, the CTO of strap, came to discuss Strap, the white cane replacement. This certainly looks like a promising device and the BTG team are pleased to have the privilege to promote such an exciting concept.