ATIA Assistive Tech Conference in Orlando, FL

Stop by booth 607 to meet with Code Factory staff and discover the Mobile Speak 4 experience!

Terrassa (Barcelona), Spain, January 20, 2010

Code Factory, the global leader in development of products designed to eliminate barriers to the accessibility of mobile technology for the blind and visually impaired, is proud to be an exhibitor, in booth 607, at the 2010 ATIA Conference, taking place from January 27th to 30th at the Caribe Royale All-Suite Resort and Convention Center, Orlando, Florida USA.

CEO Eduard Sánchez and CTO Greg Gladman will be Code Factory’s representatives. Stop by booth 607, and ask them to walk you through all of the many new features and advantages of Mobile Speak 4, the new version of Code Factory’s award-winning screen reader. For example, feel free to ask Eduard to show you, on his HP iPAQ Glisten running Windows Mobile 6.5, how to browse the Internet by heading, link, form, or other control of your choice, as well as search for text, and even add bookmarks to web pages. Ask Greg to show you on his Nokia N97 how to use Mobile Speak’s brand-new commands for reading and read a text by character, word, line and paragraph. Try Mobile Speak 4’s new touch interface on a HTC Touch Pro 2, they will show you how to slide and tap the screen to control Mobile Speak and access all the functionality of the device. Find out why we are always saying that Mobile Speak 4 is Cross-Platform, Touch, Multi-Voice and Ready for the Next Generation!

On Thursday, January 28 at 1:30 PM (in Room Antigua 3), Eduard Sánchez will give a presentation entitled Touch screen devices, a new challenge for accessibility (SI-08). This presentation will explain and analyze the challenges as well as opportunities that touch screen technology are raising in terms of accessibility and how Code Factory will allow its users to enter this new world of possibilities.

“We like to say that Mobile Speak 4 is all what our users have been waiting for, because we have, throughout the development process, tried to include all the most demanded features that our users have been asking us to bring forward” explains Eduard Sánchez, Code Factory’s CEO. “Therefore, to thank you for your strong commitment, your trust in us as well as your everyday help, we are very happy to offer a dinner for one person with Greg Gladman and myself on Friday, January 29 at ATIA. To us, it will be a wonderful way to celebrate the coming launch of Mobile Speak 4 and give someone the opportunity to ask everything she or he wants to know about Code Factory and our products”. If you are planning to attend ATIA 2010, send an email to marketing@codefactory.es with Dinner ATIA 2010 as its subject to participate in the draw!

EXHIBIT HALL HOURS (FREE ACCESS)

  • Thursday, January 28, 2010: 10:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. and 3:00 P.M. – 6:00 P.M.
  • Friday, January 29, 2010: 10:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. and 3:00 P.M. – 5:30 P.M.
  • Saturday, January 30, 2010: 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.

To find out more about the ATIA Conference,

visit http://www.atia.org

To learn more about Mobile Speak 4, visit Code Factory’s website at http://www.codefactory.es

About Code Factory

Code Factory is the leading provider of screen readers, screen magnifiers, and Braille interfaces for the widest range of mainstream mobile devices. Our mission is to break down barriers to the accessibility of mobile technology for the blind and visually impaired. Our accessible solutions are used in more than 50 countries and 30 languages. Among Code Factory’s customers are well known organizations for the blind such as ONCE, and carriers such as AT&T, Bouygues Telecom, SFR, and Vodafone. Code Factory have also built strong partnerships with mainstream companies like Hewlett Packard, Microsoft, Nokia, and RIM as well as leading AT companies like HumanWare, Optelec and Sendero.

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