A public test period has begun for “Távszem” (Remote Eye – ENG), a new service, which provides remote access for the visually impaired by the National Association of the Hungarian Blind and Visually Impaired. The software has been carefully designed and prepared for release by our development team.
The Remote Eye project aims to provide the blind and partially sighted community with access to high-quality online aid services across the country through accessible mobile devices. Thousands of people use the app every day, and operators provide 7/24 availability. The hassle-free operation of the Remote Eye service is ensured by the operators from the call-center equipped with modern IT equipment at the associations headquarters.
Our product, the MOBIX Communication Platform, acquired a new user base and several new functionalities. In addition to the deaf and hard of hearing community, now it has expanded to include features for visually impaired users, as well as a call-center and administrative interfaces.
During the public test period starting in July, users will continuously evaluate the quality of the service to help us improve the system, since we believe it is absolutely essential to include the actual user base in the process.
Official name of the project:
"Development of an Accessibility Infocommunication Services Platform for Hard Hearing and Visually Impaired Persons"
For more information on the “Távszem - Remote Eye” application, please visit the official Hungarian news:
MOBIX framework used in the project: