July 11, 2009
The Houston Chronicle's Technology Business reporter, Purva Patel, spent an afternoon with Softeq Development Corporation's CEO, Chris Howard and Vice President of Sales, Trey Litel, to learn more about the Durateq Assistive Technology solution, a rugged hand-held device created by Softeq which gives visitors with visual or hearing impairments the same experience as others at theme parks, museums and other public entertainment venues.
“It's a really innovative device,” said Ronald Milliman, a spokesman for the American Council of the Blind. “The people we know who have used it are very excited about it.”
To read the complete article: Device Helps Those With Visual, Hearing Impairments
For more information, visit http://www.durateq.com/atv.asp.