Tecla-e takes being mobile to a new level of breaking boundaries for assistive technology. The Tecla-e empowers individuals with disabilities who cannot independently use smart phones, tablets, computers or smart home technology with touchscreens and keyboard.
The Tecla-e is a great device for anyone who has limited upper-body mobility resulting from spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, ALS, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, brain injuries, or stroke.
Tecla-e is a light touch adaptive button switch that can be used to control your devices, it requires about 200 gr of force for activation. Due to the built in radios, it should not be positioned close to the user’s head. Tecla-e can also be connected to eight different Bluetooth devices both ISO and Android base, which the user can switch between.
With the Tecla-e it has sensors that gather information which is updated to the cloud and accessed through the Tecla-e apps for iOS and Android. The information gathered include location, temperature, motion and ambient light sensors.
Tecla-e also has a 48 hour battery life which can be recharge by USB. For wheelchairs, Tecla-e can be set up with the driving control if it’s equipped with an environment control or Input/output module.
To learn more about Tecla-e you can visit Tecla-e Assistive Tech