We work to create a self contained, simple solution to provide independent accessibility in public restrooms for the sight impaired. We do this with two parts – one part via navigation strips inside the restrooms, and the second part via a cane reader. This system is easy to install, easy to use, and easy to expand. The first phase is in restrooms, and then the sky is the limit.
We believe that persons with disabilities should have equal access as persons who have no physical limitations. Removing access barriers for persons with disabilities should be the goal of a benevolent society.
Every business has a beginning, and our starts with Garrett Roark – he is blind himself and found one of his biggest issues was navigating in public restrooms. He sought to solve this problem by creating Confident Navigator in 2012 – a simple solution that will tell users exactly where resources are in restrooms. Now we currently have a team of Co founders in the Bay Area working to develop the business.
Want to learn more? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Brandon Kley at 650-759-8803