"Sign language support system" on the tablet terminal introduced in Nagoya-shi, Aichi Prefecture

A staff communicates with a Deaf customer in sign language on the tablet terminal.
(photo:  http://www.kddi.com/)

March 11, 2013

"au NAGOYA," KDDI Corporation's operated flagship shop that sells mobile and telephones, smart phones, etc. in Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, introduced the "sign language support system" at au shops in central Japan (Aichi, Gifu, Mie, Shizuoka, and Nagano Prefectures) on March 1.

The system that uses the tablet terminal for communication with Deaf/deaf customers. The "au NAGOYA" staff fluent in sign language serves not only the Deaf/deaf visitor at the shop, but also other Deaf/deaf customers in a remote way through the use of the tablet terminal.

Japanese source:
http://www.kddi.com/corporate/csr/topics/2013/0311a/

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