Executives in major cities around the world gradually Bringing modern technology to facilitate people's lives and the word "smart city" is a concept that is being developed as a framework for many projects.
The concept of modernizing large cities also gradually integrates aspects that make life easier for people ทดลองเล่นสล็อต with disabilities, as seen in Busan. The second largest city in South Korea
The Associated Press (AP) reported that the city's authorities are bringing innovations for the blind at a subway station. It is considered an important pilot project in South Korea. There are 250,000 blind people, compared to the country's population of 52 million.
At the heart of the visually impaired tool is the integration of communication technology into the infrastructure. A common example is voice communication devices. sidewalks, crosswalks, and inside train passenger vans, etc.
new facilities that were used in Busan Called the "Nakashi Naranhi" system, it enhances services for blind people to travel more independently.
Nakashi Naraanhi, translated into English as "Side By Side" or "side by side", is currently being tested. Relies on geolocation technology or GPS that is connected to a smartphone system.
A visitor looks at a map of the Korean peninsula at the DMZ museum inside a restricted area in Goseong, South Korea, Feb. 8, 2019.
If someone is in the train station And there are questions about walking to another point, such as from the elevator to the waiting station and the exit. The system provides detailed directions for almost every step. as the user walks towards those destinations
system running time Navigation audio from a smartphone will act as a side-by-side assistant for those who have visual impairments
The train station also A point-to-point Bluetooth transmitter that updates the map and offers additional information as the user walks from one point to another. You can also choose multiple languages to communicate with the system.
Map pickup point There is a screen with braille for the blind. which the screen can turn the image map into a map that the blind can use their hands to read the route
Busan city officials hope to eventually be able to provide services to the blind with the "Nakashi Naranhi" system at 114 subway stations across the city.
An official told VOA that Some technologies, such as map data points In addition to being useful to the blind It also facilitates the wider population as well.
For blind users and their families, some see that the “Nakashi Naraanhi” system helps people with vision impairment live in a society like “side-by-side” with the overall population which should be gradually Get used to and have a better attitude towards the image of the blind in the public transport system as well.