The accessible transport’s voice

Accessible communication system for people with visual impairments in bus stops

A innovative solution for human cities

Gives autonomy to people with blindness and low vision in identifying and boarding the bus lines, promoting accessibility and commitment of companies to its users. When connected to the internet collects all usage and buses identification data and sends it to a web application for transport management and monitoring of all installed equipment.

How it works?

Promotes the accessibility and the transformation of human and intelligent cities

Partners

Cisco Innovation Center

Liga Ventures

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Latest posts

ViiBus on major brazilian news sites and social networks

After be one of the five Urban Innovation Cisco Challenge winners in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, ViiBus project is already on major brazilian news sites, click on the images to be forwarded: In addition, we are also news on the social networks by official Cisco Brazil on Facebook, Twitter and In [...]

ViiBus is one of Urban Innovation Cisco Challenge winners!

ViiBus is one of Urban Innovation Cisco Challenge winners! https://americas.thecisconetwork.com/site/content/lang/pt/id/4302 As reward our startup will participate of an acceleration program offered by Cisco with Liga Ventures, the Plug & Play Tech Center brazilian representative, making possi [...]

Best 2014 PUC-Campinas Electrical Engineering Term Papers

Theme: accessible transport term paper Publish date: October 29, 2015 Source: https://www.puc-campinas.edu.br/ponto-de-onibus-inteligente-para-pessoas-com-deficiencia-visual/ Efforts and dedication abound the students of Pontifical Catholic University on Electrical Engineering (Telecommunication em [...]

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Goal 1. Equipment finish improvements:

a. Braille panel and art plates printed in UV on 2 mm high durability and quality polystyrene; b. Premmium “Patola” boxes painting; c. Equipment fixation using rubberized aluminum clamp.

Goal 2. Equipment installation in an exhibition at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil:

Target: private and public companies interested in urban innovation accessibility technologies .