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*'''Operating Systems'''
 
*'''Operating Systems'''
**Windows - additional features  (   )
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** Windows 7 (built-in accessibility features)
**Linux
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** Linux GNOME, specifically on Fedora (built-in accessibility features)
 
*'''Browsers'''
 
*'''Browsers'''
**Internet Explorer
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** Mozilla Firefox
**Firefox
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** Google Chrome
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** (Internet Explorer)
 
*'''Phones'''
 
*'''Phones'''
**Smartphone - Android - Built in features
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** Smartphone: Android: built-in features (including TalkBack)
**Simple Java Feature Phone - built in features
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** Simple Java Feature Phone: built-in features
**Sample Social Networking App
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** Sample Social Networking App: EASIT4all
*'''Assistive technologies'''
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* '''Assistive technologies'''
**Read Write Gold
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** Read&Write Gold
**SuperNova (Set of installed AT)
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** SuperNova (Set of installed AT)
**Allan eC (telecom app)
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** eCtouch and eCmobile (telecom apps)
**SAToGo   (On Demand based AT)
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** SAToGo (On Demand based AT)
**Maavis  (installed AT - cognitive
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** Maavis (installed AT - cognitive)
*'''Web Applications'''
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* '''Web Applications'''
**UI Options
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** UI Options
**EasyOne series
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** EasyOne series
*'''Embedded'''
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** [[Online Banking Application|Online banking demonstrator]]
**Application on Microsoft Surface platform
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* '''Embedded'''
**Kiosk
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** Application on Microsoft Surface platform
**[[Smart House Online Simulation]]
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** Ticket vending machine/kiosk
**DTV
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** [[Smart House Online Simulation]]
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** DTV
  
  
  
 
[[Category:Vendors and Implementers]]
 
[[Category:Vendors and Implementers]]

Latest revision as of 16:02, 6 March 2015

We currently have about 15 partners and collaborators who are adapting their products or other products to work with Cloud4all/GPII. This essentially involves connecting a product to theCloud4all/GPII infrastructure. The allows a user to approach a device, and present an anonymous ID token, and have the application be automatically launched and configured to the users preferences/settings.

Current anonymous ID tokens include USB sticks, NFC tags (in rings, in cards, in key tags, on stickers), and a hotkey combination followed by a unique string typed on the keyboard. We are also exploring QR codes, facial recognition, and other methods. In each case a unique and non identifying string is passed to the device which sends it to the preferences server. The server looks up the preferences that are associated with that token that would apply for that device and then sends the preferences back to the device where they are applied. This can include launching applications as well as a configuring their settings. For extra security the token passed to the device and onto the server can change each time the user approaches the device.


Current partners and collaborators are making products in all of the following categories compatible with Cloud4all/GPII:

  • Operating Systems
    • Windows 7 (built-in accessibility features)
    • Linux GNOME, specifically on Fedora (built-in accessibility features)
  • Browsers
    • Mozilla Firefox
    • Google Chrome
    • (Internet Explorer)
  • Phones
    • Smartphone: Android: built-in features (including TalkBack)
    • Simple Java Feature Phone: built-in features
    • Sample Social Networking App: EASIT4all
  • Assistive technologies
    • Read&Write Gold
    • SuperNova (Set of installed AT)
    • eCtouch and eCmobile (telecom apps)
    • SAToGo (On Demand based AT)
    • Maavis (installed AT - cognitive)
  • Web Applications
  • Embedded