Responsive Street Furniture Anticipates Pedestrians’ Accessibility Needs
Ross Atkin and Associates are working out ways the Internet of Things can seamlessly help the disabled
For most able-bodied people, navigating a hectic urban environment, especially when they are unfamiliar with it, can be a challenge. But the blind, deaf, and elderly can have twice the difficulties. With Ross Atkin and Associates‘ Responsive Street Furniture, however, street lights and crosswalks can momentarily step forward to meet the needs of individuals using them.
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