The man behind Adaptive Information Systems is Roger Behm. He and his college buddy had worked together to create blind-friendly software. This was how the company started in 1995.
For the vision impaired and reading disabled
Assistive Technology for the Vision Impaired
The data presented by the World Health Organization shows that around 285 million people all over the world happen to be blind or classified as visually impaired.
The American Foundation for the Blind, citing the findings of the National Center for Health Statistics in the 2015 National Health Interview Survey, revealed that 23.7 million adult Americans (aged 18 years old or older) experience vision loss.
These visually challenged individuals need a variety of tools to help them in their daily functions and tasks. They also need to be taught how to cope with the random challenges that come their way. This is where Adaptive Information Systems comes in. We want to make life better for blind and visually impaired individuals by making technology accessible to them.
Adaptive Information Systems is committed to delivering precision-guaranteed assistive technology for blind or visually challenged individuals. These include the BrailleNote Touch and the Refreshable Braille Display. We help our visually challenged clients maximize the use of these state-of-the-art devices.