Innovative intelligent technology and information systems for visually impaired

Open Access
Conference Proceedings
Authors: Theresa Lobo

Abstract: The paper presents a develop innovative intelligent technology and information systems for visually impaired students. To solve this problem a comprehensive approach has been proposed, which consists in the aggregate of the application of artificial intelligence methods and statistical analysis. Creating an accessible learning environment, identifying the intellectual, physiological, psychophysiological characteristics of perception and information awareness by this category of students is based on a cognitive approach. Based on IT network program developed specifically for visually impaired students. The individually oriented learning path of PIV is constructed with the aim of obtaining high-quality engineering education with modern equipment in joint use laboratories. Additional teaching aids, like iNetSim, a universally accessible network simulator, created to allow vision-impaired and sighted students to complete Cisco Certified Network, and Microsoft HoloLens 2 (a new vision for computing, is used to transform abstract concepts into 3D experiences in the virtual classroom), which enables students to research and explore more deeply, see more clearly and learn by doing. This article aims to allow visually impaired students, as well as sighted students, to perform with similar results.

Keywords: visually impaired students, education, intelligent technology

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1001891

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