World first telephone technology for people who are deaf and blind

In parallel with the USA, Conexu has launched a national technology trial for people who are deafblind, to access the telephone using their own voice.

The caption to braille technology has the potential to give people who are deafblind fast, natural conversations through a CapTel handset and braille display. Working with our partner, Able Australia, we are really excited to work with our trial participants to explore the possibilities of this new trial service.

Through 2016 we'll be working with trial participants to refine the technology and providing updates as the trial progresses to let people know how it's going. Contact us if you'd like to be on this list.


Read about the Braille CapTel trial launch.

 View trial participant Michelle's video interview with captions 'World first telephone technology for people who are deaf and blind'

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