AIoT and Big Data Analytics for Smart Healthcare Applications

I am the Eye - Assistive Eye

Author(s): Muadh Bin Mohammed Ali*, Mohammed Shayiz K. P., Habeeb ur Rehman, Mohammed Nouman and Mohammed Thajuddin Sanad

Pp: 209-224 (16)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815196054123050015

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


The vision of this device is to design and construct the blind-friendly embedded device. The blind and visually handicapped have difficulty utilizing mobile phones because social media and online banking programs on smartphones are difficult for them to utilize. For quick bank transactions, ATMs are used. If blind individuals use the ATM and it isn't designed with visually impaired persons in mind, there will be privacy concerns. Using mobile phones with the assistance of others may jeopardize their security and privacy. Touch screens were not designed with visually impaired persons in mind. They are uneasy using cell phones in public due to current technologies. When visually impaired persons walk, they use a stick, which can be replaced as well. By gaining access to all capabilities of smart phones, the developed system would assist visually impaired persons in making their lives much easier. 

Keywords: GSM, SMART, EYE.

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