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<span style="font-size:medium;"><span style="color:#000000;">Below are the implementations of&nbsp;Cloud4all/GPII that are done, underway, planned and suggested</span></span>
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<span style="font-size:medium;">Below are the implementations of Cloud4all/GPII that are done, underway, planned and suggested.</span>  
  
  
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== Current Cloud4all-related implementations ==
  
== Current Cloud4all related implementations&nbsp;<br/> ==
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These are implementations where '''functioning prototypes have been created as part of Cloud4all''' in some stage (as noted).
  
These are implementations&nbsp;where '''functioning prototypes have been created as part of Cloud4all&nbsp;&nbsp;'''in some stage (as noted)
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#Windows 7 - built-in features (Magnifier, on-screen keyboard, Contrast Settings) &nbsp;<span style="color:#b22222">'''[NFC, USB @ WSIS]'''</span>.
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#Linux/GNOME - built in features (Font size, [https://help.gnome.org/users/gnome-help/stable/keyboard-osk.html.en on-screen keyboard] ([https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/Caribou Caribou]?), magnifier, partial Orca, contrast settings)<span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34)">'''USB @ WSIS]'''</span>.
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#Linux/GNOME AT - <span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34)">'''[USB @ WSIS]'''</span>.
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#Read/Write Gold - some features (e.g. icon size, speech on/off, icon theme) <span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34)">'''[NFC, USB @ WSIS]'''</span>.
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#Mobile Accessibility for Android - Android phone + browser launch <span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34)">'''[NFC, WSIS-PARTIAL]'''</span>.
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#WebApp - UI Options on WebApps <span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34)">'''[NFC, USB @ WSIS]'''</span>.
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#WebApp - Easy1 Communicator <span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34)">'''[NFC, USB @ WSIS]'''</span>.
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#WebAnywhere (Cloud-based AT) <span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34)">'''[NFC, USB @ WSIS]'''</span>.
  
#Windows 7 - built in features &nbsp;(Font size, navigator &nbsp;) &nbsp;<span style="color:#b22222;">'''[NFC, USB @ WSIS] &nbsp;&nbsp;'''</span>&nbsp;&nbsp;
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== Committed Implementations (See legend at bottom for the meaning of the [notes]) ==
#Linux/Gnome &nbsp;- built in features &nbsp;( Font size, on screen keyboard )<span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34);">'''&nbsp; USB @ WSIS] &nbsp;&nbsp;'''</span>&nbsp;&nbsp;
 
#Linux/Gnome AT - &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34);">'''&nbsp;[USB @ WSIS] &nbsp;&nbsp;'''</span>&nbsp;&nbsp;
 
#Read/Write Gold - &nbsp;some features &nbsp;( &nbsp;) &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34);">'''&nbsp;[NFC, USB @ WSIS] &nbsp;&nbsp;'''</span>&nbsp;&nbsp;
 
#Mobile Accessibility - Android phone &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;<span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34);">'''&nbsp;[NFC, &nbsp;WSIS-PARTIAL]'''</span><span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34);">'''&nbsp;&nbsp;'''</span>&nbsp;&nbsp;
 
#WebApp - UI Options on WebApps &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34);">'''&nbsp;[USB @ WSIS] &nbsp;&nbsp;'''</span>&nbsp;&nbsp;
 
#WebApp - Easy1 Communicator &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34);">'''&nbsp;[NFC, USB @ WSIS] &nbsp;&nbsp;'''</span>&nbsp;&nbsp;
 
#WebAnywhere (Cloud-based AT)&nbsp; &nbsp;<span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34);">'''&nbsp;[NFC, USB @ WSIS] &nbsp;&nbsp;'''</span>&nbsp;&nbsp;
 
  
== Committed Implementations (See legend at bottom for the meaning of the [notes] )<br/> ==
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Implementation that were proposed as part of Cloud4all grant but have not yet reached demonstrable implementations
  
Implementation that were proposed as part of Cloud4all Grant &nbsp;but have not yet reached demonstrable implementations
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*'''Operating Systems'''
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**Windows: built-in features ([[Screen Magnifier Settings: Windows built in|Magnifier]], colour inversion, contrast themes, cursor size, pointer trails; later possibly also [[Screen Reader Settings: Win7 Built in Narrator|Narrator]])
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**[[GNU/Linux]]: GNOME: built-in features ([[Screen Reader Settings: Orca Settings|Orca]], [[Screen Magnifier Settings: Linux built in|magnifier]], [[GNOME Autostart]] etc.)
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*'''Browsers'''
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**Internet Explorer
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**Firefox (see [[Browser Settings: IE and Firefox]])
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*'''Phones'''
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**Smartphone - [[Android]] - built-in features, including TalkBack
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**[[Java ME|Simple Java Feature Phone - built in features]]
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**Sample Social Networking App
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*'''Assistive technologies'''
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**Read&Write Gold
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**SuperNova Access Suite (set of installed AT: screen reader and magnifier)
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**eCtouch and eCmobile (not Allan eC, telecom app)
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**SAToGo (on-demand-based AT)
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**Maavis (installed AT - cognitive)
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*'''Web Applications'''
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**UI Options
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**EasyOne series
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**[[Online Banking Application]]
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*'''Embedded'''
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**[http://pinpoint.microsoft.com/el-cy/applications/sociable-cognitive-training-12884937263 Sociable Cognitive Training] (for Microsoft Pixelsense)
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**Kiosk (ticket vending machine)
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**[[Smart House Online Simulation]]
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**DTV
  
#Windows - additional features &nbsp;( &nbsp; )
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== New - Additional Implementations (not in original Cloud4all grant) ==
#Internet Explorer
 
#Firefox
 
#Smartphone - Android - Built in features
 
#Simple Java Feature Phone - built in features
 
#Application on Microsoft Surface platform
 
#Kiosk
 
#Smart House Online Simulation
 
#DTV
 
#Sample Social Networking App
 
#SAToGo &nbsp; (On Demand based AT)
 
#SuperNova (Set of installed AT)
 
#Allan eC (telecom app)
 
#Maavis &nbsp;(installed AT - cognitive
 
  
== New - Additional Implementations (not in original Cloud4all grant)&nbsp;<br/> ==
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These are New implementation that were '''NOT'''&nbsp;proposed as part of Cloud4all Grant but have signed on since.
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#WebApp - EasyFarmer Prototype Launch <span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34);">'''&nbsp;[NFC, USB @ WSIS]'''</span>.
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#[[Screen Reader Settings: NVDA|NVDA]].
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#[https://github.com/ipeinado/cloud4chromeapp Cloud4Chrome], an extension for Google Chrome.
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== Cloud4all list of Apps - under already GPII compatible or underway. ==
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We are currently addressing a total of 19 contractual <span style="color:#ff0000;">'''+4+3'''</span> implementations in SP3
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'''&nbsp;'''
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#GNU/Linux Gnome (demo) &nbsp;– WP301
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#<span style="color: rgb(255, 0, 0);">'''Orca'''</span> (part of GNOME)
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#MS Windows (demo) – WP301
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#simple (JAVA) phone – WP302
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#Smart phone and Android tablet /Talkback (demo) – WP302
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#Mobile Accessibility (demo) – WP304
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#SuperNova (demo) – WP304
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#Maavis – WP304
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#eCtouch/eCmobile – WP304
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#Sociable on MS Pixelsense and tablet – WP305
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#Smart-house (demo) – WP305
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#Google Chrome (demo) – WP301
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#<span style="color:#ff0000;">'''NVDA (demo)'''</span> (added because Windows 7's built-in Narrator was not good enough)
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#WebAnywhere – WP303
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#<span style="color:#ff0000;">'''BrowseAloud'''</span>
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#Read&Write Gold (demo) – WP304
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#Firefox – WP301
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#eKiosk/ticket vending machine – WP305
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#<span style="color:#ff0000;">'''SmartTwitter (demo)'''</span>
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#Firefox (WP301): integration almost complete, pending technical validation
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#SAToGo (WP303): to be addressed very soon by collaborator
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#Online banking simulation (WP303): ongoing integration work, completion expected in 2015 to include all 4-layers of adaptation (demo)
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#EASIT4All (WP303): ongoing integration work (security), completion expected in early 2015 (demo)
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#DTV (WP305): pending technical validation and few additional features (demo)
  
These are New implementation that were '''NOT'''&nbsp;proposed as part of Cloud4all Grant but have signed on since.
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== Potential (suggested or exploring) ==
  
#WebApp - EasyFarmer Prototype Launch &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<span style="color: rgb(178, 34, 34);">'''&nbsp;[NFC, USB @ WSIS] &nbsp;&nbsp;'''</span>&nbsp;&nbsp;
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These are companies or products that have been suggested or are being explored as implementations.
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== Potential (suggested or exploring)<br/> ==
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# RIM Blackberry
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# Windows 8
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# Ghoti ([http://www.ghotit.com/ Ghotit]?)
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# [http://www.gingersoftware.com/ Ginger]
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# AEGIS AT (which one(s)?)
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# Speech Mashup &nbsp;[http://www.research.att.com/projects/SpeechMashup/ http://www.research.att.com/projects/SpeechMashup/]; [https://service.research.att.com/smm/login.jsp Mashup Login] (Ref Amanda Stent &lt;stent@research.att.com&gt;
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# F123 System ([http://F123.org/en http://F123.org/en]) screen reading magnification, basic OCR capabilities via direct PC installations as well as USB-based installations. both a low cost and a free version ref "Fernando H. F. Botelho" &lt;fernando.botelho@f123.org&gt;
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# Drupal Sites - REF Cliff Tyllick &lt;cliff.tyllick@yahoo.com&gt;
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# RoboBraille.
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# [[Debian|Debian 9]].
  
These are companies or products that have been suggested or are being explored as implementations&nbsp;
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'''Note''':
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* Some of the above solutions are on the Tiger Team's [[Solution Compatibility Roadmap]].
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* A list of open-source solutions is available at [[RMLL 2015]].
  
#RIM Blackberry
 
#Windows 8
 
#Ghoti
 
#Ginger
 
#AEGIS AT
 
#Speech Mashup &nbsp;[http://www.research.att.com/projects/SpeechMashup/ http://www.research.att.com/projects/SpeechMashup/]&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp; [https://service.research.att.com/smm/login.jsp Mashup Login]  (Ref in GV email)
 
  
<span style="color:#b22222;"><span style="font-size:larger;">&nbsp;'''LEGEND'''</span></span>
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<br/><span style="color:#b22222;"><span style="font-size:larger;">&nbsp;'''LEGEND'''</span></span>
  
 
*<span style="color:#b22222;"><span style="font-size:larger;">'''[NFC] &nbsp;activated by NFC ring, and card'''</span></span>
 
*<span style="color:#b22222;"><span style="font-size:larger;">'''[NFC] &nbsp;activated by NFC ring, and card'''</span></span>
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*<span style="color:#b22222;"><span style="font-size:larger;">'''[Partial] &nbsp;demonstrated but not using full Cloud4all/GPII&nbsp;architecture'''</span></span>
 
*<span style="color:#b22222;"><span style="font-size:larger;">'''[Partial] &nbsp;demonstrated but not using full Cloud4all/GPII&nbsp;architecture'''</span></span>
 
*<span style="color:#b22222;"><span style="font-size:larger;">'''[FULL] &nbsp;using the full current Cloud4all/GPII architecture &nbsp;'''</span></span>
 
*<span style="color:#b22222;"><span style="font-size:larger;">'''[FULL] &nbsp;using the full current Cloud4all/GPII architecture &nbsp;'''</span></span>
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== Volunteer Implementations ==
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The following are companies and groups are working on creating independent implementations of GPII in collaboration with GPII the Cloud4all/GPII team
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*[[R2R|Research to Reality]]
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[[Category:Vendors and Implementers]]

Latest revision as of 13:42, 20 July 2015

Below are the implementations of Cloud4all/GPII that are done, underway, planned and suggested.


Current Cloud4all-related implementations

These are implementations where functioning prototypes have been created as part of Cloud4all in some stage (as noted).

  1. Windows 7 - built-in features (Magnifier, on-screen keyboard, Contrast Settings)  [NFC, USB @ WSIS].
  2. Linux/GNOME - built in features (Font size, on-screen keyboard (Caribou?), magnifier, partial Orca, contrast settings)USB @ WSIS].
  3. Linux/GNOME AT - [USB @ WSIS].
  4. Read/Write Gold - some features (e.g. icon size, speech on/off, icon theme) [NFC, USB @ WSIS].
  5. Mobile Accessibility for Android - Android phone + browser launch [NFC, WSIS-PARTIAL].
  6. WebApp - UI Options on WebApps [NFC, USB @ WSIS].
  7. WebApp - Easy1 Communicator [NFC, USB @ WSIS].
  8. WebAnywhere (Cloud-based AT) [NFC, USB @ WSIS].

Committed Implementations (See legend at bottom for the meaning of the [notes])

Implementation that were proposed as part of Cloud4all grant but have not yet reached demonstrable implementations

New - Additional Implementations (not in original Cloud4all grant)

These are New implementation that were NOT proposed as part of Cloud4all Grant but have signed on since.

  1. WebApp - EasyFarmer Prototype Launch  [NFC, USB @ WSIS].
  2. NVDA.
  3. Cloud4Chrome, an extension for Google Chrome.


Cloud4all list of Apps - under already GPII compatible or underway.

We are currently addressing a total of 19 contractual +4+3 implementations in SP3

 

  1. GNU/Linux Gnome (demo)  – WP301
  2. Orca (part of GNOME)
  3. MS Windows (demo) – WP301
  4. simple (JAVA) phone – WP302
  5. Smart phone and Android tablet /Talkback (demo) – WP302
  6. Mobile Accessibility (demo) – WP304
  7. SuperNova (demo) – WP304
  8. Maavis – WP304
  9. eCtouch/eCmobile – WP304
  10. Sociable on MS Pixelsense and tablet – WP305
  11. Smart-house (demo) – WP305
  12. Google Chrome (demo) – WP301
  13. NVDA (demo) (added because Windows 7's built-in Narrator was not good enough)
  14. WebAnywhere – WP303
  15. BrowseAloud
  16. Read&Write Gold (demo) – WP304
  17. Firefox – WP301
  18. eKiosk/ticket vending machine – WP305
  19. SmartTwitter (demo)
  20. Firefox (WP301): integration almost complete, pending technical validation
  21. SAToGo (WP303): to be addressed very soon by collaborator
  22. Online banking simulation (WP303): ongoing integration work, completion expected in 2015 to include all 4-layers of adaptation (demo)
  23. EASIT4All (WP303): ongoing integration work (security), completion expected in early 2015 (demo)
  24. DTV (WP305): pending technical validation and few additional features (demo)

Potential (suggested or exploring)

These are companies or products that have been suggested or are being explored as implementations.

  1. RIM Blackberry
  2. Windows 8
  3. Ghoti (Ghotit?)
  4. Ginger
  5. AEGIS AT (which one(s)?)
  6. Speech Mashup  http://www.research.att.com/projects/SpeechMashup/; Mashup Login (Ref Amanda Stent <stent@research.att.com>
  7. F123 System (http://F123.org/en) screen reading magnification, basic OCR capabilities via direct PC installations as well as USB-based installations. both a low cost and a free version ref "Fernando H. F. Botelho" <fernando.botelho@f123.org>
  8. Drupal Sites - REF Cliff Tyllick <cliff.tyllick@yahoo.com>
  9. RoboBraille.
  10. Debian 9.

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 LEGEND

  • [NFC]  activated by NFC ring, and card
  • [USB]  activated by USB (flash memory)
  • [WSIS]  demonstrated at World Summit of the Information Society meeting at the UN, in Geneva in May (14-18). 
  • [Partial]  demonstrated but not using full Cloud4all/GPII architecture
  • [FULL]  using the full current Cloud4all/GPII architecture  

Volunteer Implementations

The following are companies and groups are working on creating independent implementations of GPII in collaboration with GPII the Cloud4all/GPII team