«Hope» glasses that allow the blind to identify the surrounding things through a virtual assistant


Du, a subsidiary of Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), today announced its collaboration with Amal Glass to showcase the benefits and smart solutions provided by Amel Glasses to the blind and visually impaired in the UAE at GITEX Technology Week 2018. "Du said,

Du, a subsidiary of Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), today announced its collaboration with Amal Glass to showcase the benefits and smart solutions provided by Amel Glasses to the blind and visually impaired in the UAE at GITEX Technology Week 2018. .

"Hope Glasses" is a technology developed by Amal Glass, which allows blind and visually impaired people to identify objects around them through a virtual assistant, a light-weight, smart sensor, Small data placed in the pocket, and connect a wire, indicating that the glasses rely on the technology of artificial intelligence in the processing of data and presentation to the blind by voice, so that he can know everything that concerns him around him.

"Harnessing the power of technology to enable people to interact and communicate with their surroundings and lead a normal life is an unprecedented achievement," said Abdulwahid Juma, Executive Vice President for Corporate Information and Corporate Communications at Du.

"Du has given GITEX visitors the opportunity to experience smart glasses in a dark room with a range of obstacles," he added.

Du is participating in the 38th session of GITEX Technology Week under the theme "Our digital future is starting now." During the event, the company presents applications and applications that simulate the reality of the latest technologies such as artificial intelligence.
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