Shaping the future of visually impaired mobility
Creating accessible cities with scalable AI technology
We're changing the way people think about accessibility
Accessibility used to be about changing infrastructure or outdated technology but we are bringing state-of-the-art technology to revolutionize the sector
The OKO application creates accessible cities across the globe
Navigate uncertainty with OKO
Moving through traffic is a stressful and dangerous affair. That's especially true when you can't rely on your vision to help keep you safe.
With OKO, you can leverage technology to translate the traffic around you. Our AI takes in visual information from your surroundings and turns it into audio & vibrations
The OKO application detects real-time chances in traffic and adopts. We do not require any changes to physical infrastructure, instead our AI looks for objects and translates that visual information into audio and haptic feedback
Every traffic light accessible
Simply point the back camera of the phone towards the intersection that you want to cross and the OKO application will instantly detect the traffic light and inform the user through audio and haptic feedback
Get on the right bus
Simply point the back camera of the phone towards the bus/tram that you want to get on and the OKO application will instantly detect the bus/tram and inform the user through audio and haptic feedback of the destination
A different approach, no changes needed to infrastructure
The camera of the smartphone and our software scan the environment and instantly react when an object is detected. This helps with orientation.
"This is extremely exciting"
Yoko Sato, Japan
"When I arrived safely at home, I knelt at the front door and prayed for gratitude for this application"
"The truth is that it has become an essential application for my everyday tasks"
Visual impairement in numbers
To equip one intersection with accessible traffic lights
Of blind and visually impaired people own an iPhone
Visually impaired people globally
Our users have safely crossed 200.000 intersections
AYES works together with industry leading partners and investors to shape the future in visually impaired mobility