Announcing the release of version 3.3 of Sendero's iPhone GPS apps, Seeing Eye GPS, (subscription in North America), RNIB Navigator (subscription in the UK, Ireland, France and Germany), Guide Dogs NSW ACT (subscription in Australia) and Seeing Eye GPS XT (no subscription). (4/14/18)
Announcing the release of Sendero GPS Version 22! (03/20/18)
Sendero tries to attend many national and regional conferences as well as California State conferences. We do not unfortunately have the resources to attend local conferences unless funding for expenses are provided. If your conference invitation meets this criteria, use the Contact Us form to submit your details. For Mike May speaking inquiries
Sendero Group will be attending the following conferences. Please join us and learn more about our products at the following shows:
Mike May, Sendero Group awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from ABVI Goodwill in Rochester, NY
AFB Access Awards, Mike May and Sendero Group for pioneering accessible location information and navigation technologies with tools like Sendero GPS, and their new cell phone-based GPS system.
Mobile Geo, Powered by Sendero GPS, honored as the Best of Innovations 2009 at the International Consumer Electronics Show.
Sendero GPS and Sendero's CTO, Charles LaPierre, win the 2007 BlindBargains.com Access Awards
Sendero GPS for the BrailleNote wins a 2006 da Vinci Award
Sendero GPS for the BrailleNote wins Tech Museum Award - Technology Benefitting Humanity
BrailleNote GPS Version 2 honored at 2004 International Consumer Electronics Show
BrailleNote PK GPS awarded the 2005 BHTA Independant Living Design Award
Sendero media coverage includes an NBC Dateline piece, NBC Today Show, ABC World Tonight, as well as MSNBC, ABC, CNN, BBC and other TV pieces.
Sendero President, Mike May, talks about his experience at the Paralympics on the local NPR station, KXJZ, the Insight Program on March 16
Story about Mike May, March 16 on HBO Sports with Brian Gumble
NBC Sports and Universal Sports to Broadcast 2010 Paralympic Winter Games Highlights
Blind Army of GPS Surveyors Marches in San Francisco Ca., Dec. 5, 2009. CBS News coverage
CNN Story:CNN reported on the GPS-Talk, the original Sendero laptop version, no longer available.
Development of a Global Access Information Navigation (GAIN) for Persons Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision: Accessible Public Transportation
Accessible Location Information Delivered via GPS cell phone for People with Visual Impairments
Accessible GPS for persons with Cognitive Disabilities, partnered with University of Washington
Incorporating Accessible GPS and Talking Lights to provide an Indoor Navigation Solution. This solution would yield seemless indoor and outdoor navigation. Partnered with Talking Lights LLC
Wayfinding Technologies for People with Visual Impairments: Research and Development of an Integrated Platform.
The following is a list of Sendero's key Conference Papers.