Our solutions are based on the Wayfindr Open Standard. Which outlines the principles and best practices to be applied om designing human centred, purposeful and well engineered audio based navigation network solutions. The standard is supported by G3ict and the ITU. Both organizations established by the UN to support and develop global standards in assistive technology and telecommunicaitons respectively.
Accessible audio based navigation networks do not need to be expensive or complicated. McDonald's in Israel working with Right-Hear Accessible Solutions use an inexpensive piece of hardware called a beacon. That is placed at the entrance of their restaurants. A blind visitor using a free app is then provided with audio based navigation orientation information regarding their local McDonald's.