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Next Gen UbiDuo 2 Text to Speech is Finally Here

Next Gen UbiDuo 2 Text to Speech is Finally Here

Next Gen UbiDuo 2 Text to Speech is Finally Here

The next generation UbiDuo 2 Text to Speech (TTS) is finally here. sComm has advanced face-to-face communication technology again with the revolutionary introduction of the UbiDuo 2 Text to Speech (TTS). This breakthrough communication device is the world’s first communication device with real-time, split-screen text, and dual text to speech for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, late deafened, hearing, and others with communication disorders. This ultimate communication solution allows two people to communicate in real time using text, text to speech, and both at the same time.

You can learn more about the 2 UbiDuo 2 TTS version below:

UbiDuo 2 TTS wired

UbiDuo 2 TTS wired

UbiDuo 2 TTS wireless

UbiDuo 2 TTS wireless

We are accepting pre-orders so contact us to learn more about the breakthrough of the UbiDuo 2 TTS
at 1-866-505-7008 V, 239-214-2880 VP, or info@scomm.com

UbiDuo 2 at Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, Pennsylvania

UbiDuo 2 at Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, Pennsylvania

Steamtown NHS Upgrades Accessibility for Visitors Who are Deaf or Blind

A  visitor communicates with a Park Ranger at the Steamtown NHS Visitor Center information kiosk.

Mary Kline, the park’s Chief of Visitor Services and Resource Management, notes that the park received a grant, through the Department of Defense Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP), to provide Ubi-Duo units that will communicate with visitors who are deaf. Each of the units allows for two-way communications between a staff member and the visitor, in real-time, allowing a fluid conversation.News Release Date: August 8, 2013
Contact: Kip Hagen, 570-340-5182
SCRANTON, Pa. – Steamtown National Historic Site, downtown Scranton, announced two new upgrades to enhance the visitor experience for the park’s visitors with hearing or sight impairments.

The Department of Defense (DoD) established the Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP) to eliminate employment barriers for people with disabilities.CAP’s mission, since its inception in 1990, is to provide assistive technology and accommodations to ensure people with disabilities and wounded Services members have equal access to the information environment and opportunities in the DoD and throughout the Federal Government. CAP has expanded beyond the DoD to partner with 68 federal agencies making it the largest provider of reasonable accommodations in the world. At Steamtown, the Ubi-Duo devices will be available at the Entrance Ticket & Information kiosk, with another available at the Visitor Center desk.

Additionally, through “Braille the World,” a Montana-based Braille transcribing business, the park received copies of the Steamtown NHS Official Park Map and Guide in Braille for use by visitors who are blind. They are available for loan at the park’s Visitor Center desk.

Located in downtown Scranton, Pa., Steamtown NHS is open daily from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.From I-81 follow exit 185 (Central Scranton Expressway); then, follow the brown and white signs to the main entrance at Lackawanna and Cliff Avenues (GPS: N 41.41, W 75.67). Additional general park information is available by phoning (570) 340-5200 during regular business hours, or by visiting the Park website at www.nps.gov/stea anytime!

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http://www.nps.gov/stea/learn/news/accessibility-upgrade-pr.htm

sComm Co-Founder and CEO, Jason Curry Issues Statement Regarding Communication Options for Deaf, hard of Hearing, and Hearing

Press Release

sComm Co-Founder and CEO, Jason Curry Issues Statement Regarding Communication Options for Deaf, hard of Hearing, and Hearing

sComm reconfirms their commitment to enhancing communication options for the deaf, hard of hearing and hearing.

Raytown, MO, April 9, 2015: sComm today released a statement regarding their commitment of enhancing communication options for the deaf, hard of hearing and hearing.

As CEO and Co-Founder of sComm, I would like to reaffirm our commitment to enhancing the ability of deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing people to interact with each other freely without barriers.  A heartfelt and sincere apology to both the deaf, hard of hearing, and interpreting community for unapproved posts made by one of our new media staff. We are taking steps to assure it won’t happen again. It was never our intention to offend anyone.

As a part of the deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing community, we are working to ensure that our overall philosophy is properly represented, both internally and externally.  We advocate all communication options which utilize the use of VRS, VRI, on-site interpreters and in combination with communication devices like the UbiDuo to maximize communication and timely interaction for everyone.  In our 10 years of experience in the communication device field, this combination of communication methods has generated overwhelming success stories from people who are deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing. We support communication options to maximize communication freedom and to help everyone live a full and satisfying life.

 

 

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