Exhibitors 2017


Safe Track

Safe Track

Safe Track seems like a regular blind guy's stick, but as soon as you get it, you understand that it's something more.
Thanks to a particular proximity sensor, it is possible to signal by vibration on the handle to blind person's the idea of the distance between the tip of the stick and the nearest obstacle.
By actually increasing the perception of the blind person's reality.
Smartphones can store the most frequent routes and the stick will be able to report by vibration if the blind man has come out of the usual path with programmable tolerances.
In case the blind man lost the route, by a button handle on the stick, he would be able to activate the "Return to Home" function that will guide the blind person to his home.
Italy


Safe Track

GIORGIO PONTREMOLESI

For nearly 20 years he has been involved in HW and SW electronic design.
Over the years thanks to the many work experiences he has been able to intersect into several areas such as:
- Electromedicine.
- Industrial automation.
- Protections and energy consumption.
- Home and building automation.


  D25 (pav. 6) - GIORGIO PONTREMOLESI
 2017

Back
 
Data updated on 2020-12-13 - 11.41.04 pm