Analog Devices, a global electronics company with a design center here in Greensboro, has been visited twice by a group of Analog's engineers to brainstorm and develop assistive technology for the special needs community.
In November 2019, we were able to see the first prototype they are developing. The new app helps people with limited motor and cognitive skills communicate. A teacher can ask a question and the app gives the participant a few options to answer by pushing buttons. The visit even earned a segment on Fox 8 news. To see the story, visit online https://myfox8.com/2019/11/18/new-app-helps-non-verbal-adults-in-the-triad-communicate/