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The cutting edge technology for the visually impaired

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More inclusive cities

NaviLens helps make cities smarter and more inclusive. The capabilities of this code allow users to interact more easily and accessible with their environment in places such as subway stations, bus stops and museums or public buildings.

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100% user friendly interface for the visually impaired

Navilens interface

Features

THE FASTEST

Reading markers with NaviLens is almost instantaneous.

LONG DISTANCE

Capable of reading the labels from long distances, depending on the size of the marker.

NO FOCUS

No need for focusing, which is essential for people with visual impairments.

MOVEMENT

Navilens algorithm detects the tags when the user is walking or in motion while the cell phone is pointed up.

PRECISE DISTANCE AND ORIENTATION

Navilens accurately detects the distance between the user and the tags. In addition, NaviLens provides the relative angle of the user with respect to the tag.

MULTIPLE READING

It detects multiple tags simultaneously, efficiently communicating them to the user

Testimonies

The most important, the opinion of the users

Ariel’s new cardboard ECOCLIC®

Ariel’s new cardboard ECOCLIC® box is more inclusive for all thanks to new design, NaviLens technology and innovative tactile markers

Ariel’s new cardboard ECOCLIC®

For the first time ever, Ariel presents its new and revolutionary cardboard ECOCLIC® box that ‘clicks’ all the boxes. The new cardboard packaging is FSC certified[1] and has been designed to be inclusive and intuitive for all adults to open thanks to ground-breaking tech and is certified for child safety. Ariel’s partnership with NaviLens ensures that consumers with sight loss are empowered to access important product information quickly and easily scanning a new colorful accessible code with the NaviLens App. The new packaging is also more ergonomic to use and has a clever and reassuringly loud ‘one click’ which lets you know the packaging is closed after use and ensures little ones stay safe.

[1] Made from well-managed FSC® certified forests and from other recycled materials

Where is NaviLens

Metropolitan Transportation Authority
(New York Metro)

NaviLens code marker at Jay St platform NaviLens code marker at Jay St platform

In this station, over 100 NaviLens codes:
(1) Help the visually-impaired users to be more independent in unknow spaces,

(2) Guide all users indoors through virtual arrows in a very innovative Augmented Reality (AR) experience, without GPS or Bluetooth,

(3) Offer real-time train arrivals information scanning any NaviLens code,

(4) And all of these features in 34 languages, breaking language barriers of all subway users.

It's a revolution for indoor navigation where it's not possible to use GPS or other computer-vision methods.

NaviLens code at Jay St MetroTech Station entrance. NaviLens code at Jay St MetroTech Station entrance.
Audible information for visually-impaired users scanning the code far away. Audible information for visually-impaired users scanning the code far away.
Augmented reality technology based on proprietary computer vision technology. Augmented reality technology based on proprietary computer vision technology.
A 10 inches NaviLens code can be read up to 60 feet away in 0.03 seconds, covering 160° degrees. A 10 inches NaviLens code can be read up to 60 feet away in 0.03 seconds, covering 160° degrees.

Two Apps Available to interact with this new technology:

The NaviLens App helps visually-impaired users, who can scan the codes without needing to know exactly where they are, offering the same information as the signage very accurately.

The NaviLens GO App provides in-station navigation, trip planning information, train arrivals and service status information to help sighted users navigate the station and the system.

You can check by yourself how well the technology works, pointing your phone towards the photos of this email using any NaviLens Apps.

Real-time information scanning the code far away.

Real-time information scanning the code far away.
The code can be printed in any material, like vinyl and can be placed very high. The code can be scanned by a mobile phone up 80° degrees (Vertically &  horizontally). The code can be printed in any material, like vinyl and can be placed very high. The code can be scanned by a mobile phone up 80° degrees (Vertically & horizontally).
EThe code is very easy to implement at any space: As easy as emplacement the code over current signage. The code is very easy to implement at any space: As easy as emplacement the code over current signage.

Public Transport System of the city of Barcelona: underground and bus

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Murcia Tram

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Archaelogical Museum of Murcia

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Transports of Murcia

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The team

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Awards

NaviLens was given the prestigious award Connecting for Good by the Vodafone Foundation

European Investment Bank (EIB)

Social Innovation Tournament
1st Prize winner 2020

Mapfre Foundation

Social Innovation Awards
Winner 2019

Bancaja Foundation

Mobility City Award
Winner 2019

Cartes Bancaires

Viva Technology
Winner 2019

DHL

Digital Innovation Award
Winner 2018

Everis Foundation

Everis Awards
Winner 2018

La Verdad Multimedia

Best App
Winner 2018

La Opinión

Enterprise 4.0 Award for digital transformation
Winner 2018

DiaTIC

Best ICT company in the region
Winner 2018

Fundación Vodafone

Connecting for Good
Winner 2017

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