New Device for Non-Verbal People

The Swedish-based firm Tobii Dynavox focuses on developing gadgets that aids people with different issues related to communication to get their voices heard. Their new Indi gadget is a touchscreen tablet focused for communicators that are non-verbal, developed to make it simpler to communicate with those around utilizing images that are modified into words. Although most consumers will just depend on its touchscreen feature, it can also be linked to a head mouse or switch for disabled users.

The gadget has noteworthy huge speakers for a tablet with such size, assisting to direct its voice in situations with lots of noise. It runs company’s Snap software over a Windows 10 operating system. Snap chooses which words to provide to utilize relating on the conversations and its content. The new device can also be utilized for social networking, email, and interfacing with wireless thermostats and digital switches, assisting in promoting the quality of being sself-dependence

Here are some features of the new Tobii Dynavox Indi

Built for your world

With an ergonomic as well as easy-to-hold design, Indi is mega-portable and ready to go out-of-the-box.

Created to be heard

With outward facing, powerful, in-built speakers offering remarkably loud output, clear speech, and a wide range of genuine sounding voices.

Adapts to your access method

With various compatible inputs such as head-mouse, switch-scanning, and touch with key guards, Tobii Dynavox Indi is the best you got.

Made for everyday interactions

With abilities that go further than communication speech like Infrared (IR), Environmental Control Units (ECUs), access to email, social media, and texting, Tobii Dynavox Indi plays a role of an all rounder.

When asked about the software, the company mentioned in one of its blog claiming, “We know that with a voice comes independence. That’s why we created Indi, the first speech tablet for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) needs.”

Well, the launch of the new Tobii Dynavox Indi is surely going to be a boon for most of the users that are disabled with the hearing quality. The device will be soon rolled out in the market as per the information provided by the company.

Vaibhav Bhosale undertook the post of Content Writer at Medical Device News in November 2016, following a 1.2-year of experience as an Project Lead; Instructional Writer at eNyota Learning Pvt. Ltd. His immense interest in reading brought him in this field. He can be reached at vaibhav@medicaldevicenews.net