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Open source tools for locomotion and apprehension of space by visually impaired persons: some propositions to build a prototype based on Arduino, speech recognition and OpenStreetMap

Abstract : In this article, we discuss about the benefit of IoT for people with disabilities, particularly for visually impaired and blind people mobility. We propose a simple prototype using OpenStreetMap data combined to physical environment data measured from sensors connected to a Arduino board through Speech recognition.
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Said Boularouk, Didier Josselin, Eitan Altman. Open source tools for locomotion and apprehension of space by visually impaired persons: some propositions to build a prototype based on Arduino, speech recognition and OpenStreetMap. Societal Geo-Innovation, May 2017, Wageningen, Netherlands. ⟨hal-01533067⟩

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