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Braille Technology Update from Hillmont Braille Signs, Sydney

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Vision Australia's Texpo will include exhibits from a range of Australian and international technology suppliers, as well as featuring a seminar program and an audio described cinema lounge, a service that provides visual information in the gaps between dialogue. "Texpo showcases a range of Vision Australia services, including Seeing Eye Dogs, and the latest adaptive technology designed to assist people with vision impairments to live the lives they choose.

It is a free event, which is open to the general public, people who are blind or have low vision, their friends and family, and industry professionals. Texpo attracts visitors from all over the state."

Inner West Courier article....(Tues. September 16) "Vision Australia client Bruce Blackshaw says "The event blew me away and was where I discovered magnification, video readers and voiceover software...".

http://www.visionaustralia.org/living-with-low-vision/learning-to-live-independently/using-technology-and-computers/helpful-technology-links/vision-australia-texpo (Source: Internet & inner West Courier)

Hillmont Signs is one of the most successful and innovative manufacturers of Braille in Australia and have been manufacturing and supplying Braille / tactile and general signage solutions throughout Australia for over 15 years from our Northwest Sydney location (now based at Castle Hill). Hillmont Signs uses Grade 1 U.E.B. (Unified English Braille) which is the current standard for Braille in Australia with all of our designs meeting or exceeding the requirements of D3.6 of the Building Code of Australia and AS1428.1 of the Australian Standards. We are also able to advise you on the compliance of your designs.

High profile projects include the award-winning wayfinding system at the University of Sydney, many of the facilities for the Sydney 2000 Olympics as well as the Epping to Chatswood railway and Braille signs inside the new Oscar railway carriages. We offer a wide selection of Braille and tactile signs for Australian buildings, and can advise on the BCA requirements.

You are most welcome to visit our Castle Hill showroom and factory, email us or phone to discuss your needs (see contact details). Samples can also be provided.



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02 9680 2151

28/8 Victoria Ave, Castle Hill, NSW, 2154

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