[nabs-l] Fwd: Mobile Geo V1.5 can be controlled by voice!

David Andrews dandrews at visi.com
Thu Mar 5 02:12:34 UTC 2009


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>Caroline Ragot - Marketing Director
><mailto:marketing at codefactory.es>marketing at codefactory.es
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>Mobile Geo V1.5
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>Mobile Geo can now be controlled by voice: V1.5 
>is available as a free update for V1.0 users
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>Support for Microsoft Voice Command, 
>implementation of a pedometer, significant 
>improvement in POI functionality, and updated maps and POIs
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>Terrassa (Barcelona), Spain, March 4, 2008
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>Code Factory and Sendero Group are happy to 
>announce the release of Mobile Geo version 1.5. 
>This is a free update for users of version 1, 
>which was released just last September. In the 
>tradition of Sendero and Code Factory product 
>development, the feedback from Geo users has 
>been quickly incorporated into version 1.5 to 
>include support for Microsoft Voice Command, new 
>setting to define the maximum speed to announce 
>approaching intersections, pedometer function to 
>keep track of the traveled distance, new map and 
>POI data, and many new ways to work with those 
>points of interest. It makes most sense to hear 
>about the points of interest in your direction 
>of travel, something unique to Mobile Geo and the latest Sendero GPS products.
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>The portability and convenience of GPS in your 
>Windows Mobile device is unparalleled, 
>especially given the latest Geo features. Also 
>unique to Geo are the vibration alerts. The 
>automatic lookaround capabilities of Geo far 
>outstrip other GPS phones, not to mention the 
>Explore mode of Mobile Geo based on 9 years of 
>Sendero GPS and talking map development.
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>If you don't already have a Windows Mobile 
>phone, it is well worth obtaining one in order 
>to have the many benefits of Code Factory's Mobile Geo accessible GPS.
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>For a comprehensive list of changes from version 
>1 to version 1.5, go to 
><http://www.codefactory.es/additional_docs/en/MG/MG_changes_V1.0toV1.5.html>http://www.codefactory.es/additional_docs/en/MG/MG_changes_V1.0toV1.5.html. 
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>To obtain a 30-day trial version of Geo for any 
>of 20 countries, go to 
><http://www.codefactory.es/additional_docs/en/MG/MG_get_a_trial.html>http://www.codefactory.es/additional_docs/en/MG/MG_get_a_trial.html.
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>If you are an existing user, we encourage you to 
>update to V1.5 free-of-charge. To learn more 
>visit 
><http://www.codefactory.es//additional_docs/en/MG/MG_upgrade_1.0_to_1.5.html>http://www.codefactory.es/additional_docs/en/MG/MG_upgrade_1.0_to_1.5.html. 
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>More links of interest:
>    * We invite you to listen to an audio review 
> of Mobile Geo V1.0 recorded by one of our beta 
> testers, Cory Martin: 
> <http://www.codefactory.es//additional_docs/en/Mobile%20GEO%20Review%20Final%20Release%20Version%202.mp3>http://www.codefactory.es/additional_docs/en/Mobile%20GEO%20Review%20Final%20Release%20Version%202.mp3 
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>    * Read the Mobile Geo launch press release 
> at 
> <http://www.codefactory.es/en/press.asp?id=60&y=2008&n=47>http://www.codefactory.es/en/press.asp?id=60&y=2008&n=47. 
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>    * Find your closest distributor at 
> <http://codefactory.es/en/purchase.asp?id=54>http://codefactory.es/en/purchase.asp?id=54. 
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>    * Mobile Geo is compatible with all the 
> supported devices of Mobile Speak Pocket and 
> Mobile Speak Smartphone: 
> <http://codefactory.es/en/products.asp?id=258>http://codefactory.es/en/products.asp?id=258. 
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>About Code Factory
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><http://www.codefactory.es/>http://www.codefactory.es
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>Code Factory is the leading provider of screen 
>readers, screen magnifiers, and Braille 
>interfaces for the widest range of mainstream 
>mobile devices. Our mission is to break down 
>barriers to the accessibility of mobile 
>technology for the blind and visually impaired. 
>Making accessibility means not just simple 
>opportunity but also flexibility and affordability!
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>Our accessible solutions are used in more than 
>50 countries and 30 languages. Among Code 
>Factory's customers are well known organizations 
>for the blind such as ONCE, and carriers such as 
>AT&T, Bouygues Telecom, SFR, and Vodafone. We've 
>also built strong partnerships with mainstream 
>companies like HP, Microsoft, and Nokia as well 
>as leading AT companies like Baum, HumanWare, Optelec and Sendero.
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>About Sendero Group
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><http://www.codefactory.es/>http://www.senderogroup.com
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>Sendero Group – the GPS company – is the 
>Developer of the first accessible GPS and 
>talking map software. GPS products "Powered by 
>Sendero" software provide access to detailed 
>street and business location information. The 
>blind traveler can now be a co-pilot, not just a 
>passive passenger in a car. He or she can keep 
>the taxi driver honest, enjoy hearing about the 
>sites and businesses being passed and know 
>independently when to get off the bus. Students 
>can also chart custom routes across campus or 
>hikers can do the same in the woods.
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>Sendero staff, most of whom are visually 
>impaired, know from personal and professional 
>experience that orientation and mobility skills 
>and tools for blind folks are key to the 
>enjoyment and success in all walks of life. 
>Sendero is first and foremost "the GPS company" 
>as well as distributing other innovative adaptive technology.
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>For more information, feel free to contact Code Factory S.L.:
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>Code Factory, S.L., Rambla d'Egara 148 2-2, 08221 Terrassa (Barcelona)
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