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About Accessible Wayfinding

The goal of Accessible Wayfinding is to provide equal access to location information to people with visual disabilities. Without the ability to see surrounding location information, such as street signs and landmarks, it is difficult for a visually impaired person to determine the accurate direction to travel and to efficiently move from place to place. The inability to know location information can often result in fear, reluctance to leave one's home or known routes, and a consequent withdrawal from major life participation in work, family and community. Accessible Wayfinding aims to develop products that narrate the environment in sufficient detail to empower a visually impaired person with the essential information necessary for independent travel.

Accessible Wayfinding is located in Davis, California at Sendero Group Headquarters. We have partnered with various universities and organizations for the past decade to research and develop Accessible Wayfinding devices.

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Sponsored by: NIDRR | Dod SBIR | NSF SBIR