High Tech for Low Vision    Have your fingers ever brushed the sign next to a public toilet door or lingered over the buttons on a lift control panel to feel their raised bumps? This is braille, the alphabet for people with vision impairment, and it helps them find their way. But have you wondered how a blind person knows where the lifts or toilets are?   HCF Health Agenda

High Tech for Low Vision

Have your fingers ever brushed the sign next to a public toilet door or lingered over the buttons on a lift control panel to feel their raised bumps? This is braille, the alphabet for people with vision impairment, and it helps them find their way. But have you wondered how a blind person knows where the lifts or toilets are?

HCF Health Agenda

Facilities Managers Can Lead The Way With New Indoor Wayfinding Technology    Facility Perspectives is a industry magazine which is the leading resource for facilities management in Australasia. The December issue in which BindiMaps is featured is Diversity and Inclusion: New Pathways to Engineering.   Facility Perspectives - Vol 12 No. 4

Facilities Managers Can Lead The Way With New Indoor Wayfinding Technology

Facility Perspectives is a industry magazine which is the leading resource for facilities management in Australasia. The December issue in which BindiMaps is featured is Diversity and Inclusion: New Pathways to Engineering.

Facility Perspectives - Vol 12 No. 4

Aussie startup BanjoMaps is the Google Maps for indoor spaces    “BanjoMaps will make all of our lives more convenient; no more wandering around shopping centres looking for the loos – it will be all in your phone,” she said.     Alison Cheung - Commercial Real Estate

Aussie startup BanjoMaps is the Google Maps for indoor spaces

“BanjoMaps will make all of our lives more convenient; no more wandering around shopping centres looking for the loos – it will be all in your phone,” she said.

Alison Cheung - Commercial Real Estate

 
Professor Anna Wright: SheStarts finalist     SheStarts  is a competitive startup program created to ‘turbocharge female leadership in innovation’. By funding and accelerating 10 Australian female entrepreneurs the program ambitiously plans to launch ten global tech start ups by the end of the inaugural program.   Carolina Totterman - UTS Entrepreneur

Professor Anna Wright: SheStarts finalist

SheStarts is a competitive startup program created to ‘turbocharge female leadership in innovation’. By funding and accelerating 10 Australian female entrepreneurs the program ambitiously plans to launch ten global tech start ups by the end of the inaugural program.

Carolina Totterman - UTS Entrepreneur

Meet Neighbourlytics, FARMpay and BanjoMaps; startups in the SheStarts incubator    BanjoMaps is trying to revolutionise the way we all navigate space. It aims to empower people with visual impairment to independently navigate the world.   Cheryl Mack - Startcon

Meet Neighbourlytics, FARMpay and BanjoMaps; startups in the SheStarts incubator

BanjoMaps is trying to revolutionise the way we all navigate space. It aims to empower people with visual impairment to independently navigate the world.

Cheryl Mack - Startcon

BanjoMaps: A new app for the visually impaired    Ever found yourself frustrated with finding the nearest exit or bathroom in a shopping centre? BanjoMaps to the rescue! BanjoMaps uses beacon technology to allow visually impaired users to find services within closed spaces like train stations or university campuses.   2ser Breakfast Interview

BanjoMaps: A new app for the visually impaired

Ever found yourself frustrated with finding the nearest exit or bathroom in a shopping centre? BanjoMaps to the rescue! BanjoMaps uses beacon technology to allow visually impaired users to find services within closed spaces like train stations or university campuses.

2ser Breakfast Interview

 
Navigation made easy through new app to help the vision-impaired    Being blind, apps such as trip planners and GPS maps help her navigate the city and stay organised – and then there's her trusty guide dog Toby.   Nadia Daly - ABC News

Navigation made easy through new app to help the vision-impaired

Being blind, apps such as trip planners and GPS maps help her navigate the city and stay organised – and then there's her trusty guide dog Toby.

Nadia Daly - ABC News

Free and clear    BanjoMaps (beacon assisted navigation journey and orientation) is an app-based navigation system that’s been developed for the vision-impaired, but can be used by anyone. This month, UTS students will be testing a beta version on campus.   Fiona Livy - UTS Newsroom

Free and clear

BanjoMaps (beacon assisted navigation journey and orientation) is an app-based navigation system that’s been developed for the vision-impaired, but can be used by anyone. This month, UTS students will be testing a beta version on campus.

Fiona Livy - UTS Newsroom

We've changed our name   We used to be BanjoMaps, but now we're BindiMaps and the story of why might, or might not, involve this dog.

We've changed our name

We used to be BanjoMaps, but now we're BindiMaps and the story of why might, or might not, involve this dog.