LOC.id is a Bluetooth-based system that is primarily used in the field of traffic light systems or for passenger information in public Local public transport is used.
The app for the blind acts as a transmitter and is alternatively also available as a handheld device. If a blind person approaches a system equipped with a receiver, they are recognized and an acoustically raised orientation signal is output. LOC.id can also be used to extend a green phase.
The green phase is still signaled by the acoustic release tone.
All transmitters within a radius of 100 m
are detected. In the service app, a subdivision in the short and long range can be configured.
Tram hall - speaking stop:
The receiver is installed on the tram. As soon as a person is recognized with an activated app or user device, a voice signal is emitted when the doors are opened. If no transmitter is detected in the area, there will be no speech output.
Mode 1: Standard - no user is nearby, the volume level is low.
Mode 2: As soon as a user is within range of the acoustics and a connection has been established, the acoustics switch to mode 2 The volume is increased in this mode.
The change between mode 1 and mode 2 happens automatically.
The price is available on request from the manufacturer / distributor.