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Selected code: 22

Assistive device types - Selected code: 22
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22 - ASSISTIVE PRODUCTS FOR COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
Products intended to support or replace a person’s capacity to receive, send, produce and process information in different forms, including communicating by language, signs and symbols, receiving and producing messages, carrying on conversations and using communication devices and techniques. Included are, e.g. devices for seeing, hearing, reading, writing, telephoning, signalling and alarming, information technology. Assistive products for office administration, information storage and management. at work, see >28 21
22.03 - Assistive products for seeing
Included are, e.g. magnifying devices.
22.03.03 - Light filters (absorption filters)
Devices for absorbing light with defined wavelengths and filtering out those which are unwanted
22.03.03.S01 - Light absorption filters
22.03.06 - Spectacles and contact lenses
Devices which enable a person to focus her/his vision. Included are, e.g. contact lens care products.
22.03.09 - Magnifier glasses, lenses and lens systems for magnification
Devices for enlarging the image of an object. Included are, e.g. lenses with and without illumination, loupe glasses (spectacles). Special output software, see >223912
22.03.09.S01 - Magnifying glasses22.03.09.S01 - Magnifying glasses
22.03.09.S02 - Spectacles-mounted telescopes for short distances22.03.09.S02 - Spectacles-mounted telescopes for short distances
22.03.12 - Binoculars and telescopes
Devices for magnifying the image of a distant object for one or two eyes. Included are, e.g. spectacle-mounted monocular and binocular telescopes.
22.03.12.S01 - Spectacles-mounted telescopes for long distances22.03.12.S01 - Spectacles-mounted telescopes for long distances
22.03.15 - Assistive products for extending and adjusting range and angle of the field of vision
Devices for broadening or changing the angle of the visual field. Included are, e.g. prismatic spectacles, recumbent spectacles.
22.03.15.S01 - Prismatic spectacles22.03.15.S01 - Prismatic spectacles
22.03.18 - Image-enlarging video systems
Devices for displaying an enlarged image of the subject that has been captured by a video camera. Included are, e.g. cameras, control units, video monitors, video systems, digitally processed video systems, mobile camera-reading magnifying glasses. Video recording and playing devices, see >221806. Closed-circuit television systems, see >221818
22.03.18.S01 - Stationary image-enlarging reading devices22.03.18.S01 - Stationary image-enlarging reading devices
Stationary systems that display an enlarged image of the subject that has been captured by a video camera
22.03.18.S02 - Stationary image-enlarging reading devices with connection units for computers22.03.18.S02 - Stationary image-enlarging reading devices with connection units for computers
Stationary systems, with connection unit for computer, that display an enlarged image of the subject that has been captured by a video camera
22.03.18.S03 - Portable image-enlarging reading devices22.03.18.S03 - Portable image-enlarging reading devices
portable systems that display an enlarged image of the subject that has been captured by a video camera
22.03.18.S04 - Accessories for image-enlarging reading adevices
Accessories for image-enlarging reading devices, e.g. XY-tables.
22.06 - Assistive products for hearing
Devices for concentrating, amplifying and modulating sound for a person with hearing. problems. Included are, e.g. hearing aids with built-in tinnitus masking, induction coil devices. Sound stimulators, see >042715. Induction loop devices, see >221830
22.06.03 - Ear-trumpets
Devices for concentrating and channelling sounds into the ear
22.06.06 - Body-worn hearing aids
Devices worn attached to the person's clothes or hanging around her/his neck for amplifying sound
22.06.06.S01 - Software for sound or speech amplification
Software, to be installed on a mobile device such as a smartphone, that amplifie the sounds or voices around the user.
22.06.09 - Spectacle hearing aids
Frames of eyeglasses with built-in electronic devices to amplify sound
22.06.12 - In-the-ear hearing aids
Devices worn within the ear to amplify sound. Included are, e.g. in-the-canal hearing aids.
22.06.12.S01 - Concha/in-the-ear hearing aids
Hearing aids placed in the outer part of the ear canal (concha). Allows room for controls in the hearing aid.
22.06.12.S02 - Completely in-the-canal hearing aids
Hearing aids placed in the ear canal. No controls on the apparatus.
22.06.15 - Behind-the-ear hearing aids
Devices worn behind the ear to amplify sound. Included are, e.g. headband hearing aids.
22.06.15.S01 - Behind-the-ear hearing-aids
Behind-the-ear hearing-aids with an output <= 132 dB SPL
22.06.15.S02 - Power behind-the-ear hearing-aids
Behind-the-ear hearing-aids with an output > 132 dB SPL
22.06.18 - Tactile hearing aids
Devices for receiving, amplifying and transforming sounds into tactile signals
22.06.21 - Hearing aids used in connection with implants
Devices for assisting hearing by stimulating the receivers implanted, e.g. in the inner ear
22.06.21.S01 - Hearing aids used in connection with implants
22.06.27 - Accessories for assistive products for hearing
Included are, e.g. audio connections, spectacle adaptations, remote controls for hearing. aids, software, batteries, rechargeable batteries, battery chargers.
22.09 - Assistive products for voice production
Devices for assisting a person who has insufficient voice power to speak using his/her own voice. Microphones, see >221833. Loudspeakers, see >221836
22.09.03 - Voice generators
Devices for generating air oscillations in the throat, which are transformed into speech by the movement of the soft palate, tongue and mouth. Included are, e.g. voice valves. Communication amplifiers, see >222106
22.09.06 - Voice amplifiers for personal use
Devices for increasing the volume of a person's voice. Communication amplifiers, see >222106
22.09.06.S01 - Voice amplifiers for personal use22.09.06.S01 - Voice amplifiers for personal use
22.12 - Assistive products for drawing and writing
Devices assisting a person to convey information by producing figures, symbols or language. Weighted cuffs, see >044818. Training materials for developing writing skills, 050309. Assistive products for training in drawing and painting skills, see >052406. Tactile maps, see >123915
22.12.03 - Manual devices for drawing and handwriting
Included are, e.g. pens, pencils, brushes, drawing compasses, straightedges, rulers. Pen holders, pencil holders and brush holders, see >241806
22.12.03.S01 - Drawing compasses
22.12.03.S02 - Devices for manual drawing22.12.03.S02 - Devices for manual drawing
22.12.03.S03 - Pens22.12.03.S03 - Pens
22.12.06 - Writing boards, drafting boards and drawing boards
Drafting tables and drawing tables, see >180309. Assistive products for fixation, see >24 27
22.12.06.S01 - Writing and drawing boards22.12.06.S01 - Writing and drawing boards
22.12.09 - Signature guides, stamps and writing frames
Devices for assisting a person to write a signature or hand written characters in the correct position or to produce a printed signature using a stamp
22.12.09.S01 - Signature guides22.12.09.S01 - Signature guides
22.12.09.S02 - Writing rulers22.12.09.S02 - Writing rulers
22.12.12 - Manual Braille writing equipment
Devices for producing embossed Braille characters on paper with a special stylus or a stick
22.12.12.S01 - Braille writing equipment22.12.12.S01 - Braille writing equipment
22.12.12.S02 - Ballu' writing equipment
22.12.15 - Typewriters
Included are, e.g. manual, electric, talking and Braille typewriters, typewriters with memory. Computers and terminals, see >22 33
22.12.15.S01 - Electric braille typewriters22.12.15.S01 - Electric braille typewriters
Stationary electric Braille typewriters
22.12.15.S02 - Manual braille typewriters22.12.15.S02 - Manual braille typewriters
Manual Braille typewriters
22.12.18 - Special writing paper/plastic
Materials for hard copies with special effects for tactile recognition
22.12.18.S01 - Special drawing plastic22.12.18.S01 - Special drawing plastic
22.12.21 - Portable note-taking devices for Braille
Included are, e.g. portable devices with no display function, manually and electronically operated.
22.12.24 - Word processing software
Software for writing, organizing and storing text, including mathematical and scientific. notation, e.g. desktop publishing software, word processing software made for alternative control or accessories for word processors. Included are, e.g. software for using Braille, word banks, word lists, spelling software. Office software and industrial software, see >282112
22.12.24.S01 - Word-processing software22.12.24.S01 - Word-processing software
Word processing software specifically designed to facilitate the use by people with motor, cognitive or sensory disabilities.
22.12.27 - Drawing and painting software
Software for enabling drawing and painting activities with computers. Included are, e.g. CAD software, software for colouring pictures. Computers and terminals, see >22 33. Office software and industrial software, see >282112
22.12.27.S01 - Software for drawing
22.15 - Assistive products for calculation
Computers and terminals, see >22 33
22.15.03 - Manual devices for calculation
Included are, e.g. abacuses, slide rules.
22.15.03.S01 - Abaci22.15.03.S01 - Abaci
22.15.06 - Calculators
Included are, e.g. calculating machines, talking calculators.
22.15.06.S01 - Electronic calculators
22.15.09 - Calculation software
Office software and industrial software, see >282112
22.15.09.S01 - Software for calculation22.15.09.S01 - Software for calculation
22.18 - Assistive products that record, play and display audio and visual information
Devices that record or deliver information in audio or visual formats and products that. combine any of those functions. Included are, e.g. audio and video equipment, televisions, sound transmission systems, products that process audio or visual information to enhance its quality and usefulness, such as filtering noises or converting analog to digital information. Headphones, see >221838. Visual computer displays and accessories, see >223904
22.18.03 - Sound recording and playing devices
Devices for recording and playback of sounds. Included are, e.g. reel-to-reel and all types of tape recorders, index tone generators, demagnetizers, digital audio playback and recording devices such as minidiscs, CD players and DAISY players.
22.18.03.S01 - Digital note recorders22.18.03.S01 - Digital note recorders
Note recorders and dictaphones, recording in digital format. With internal and/or external memory.
22.18.03.S02 - Equipment for recording and/or replaying digital books
Hardware devices for recording and/or replaying digital books, e.g. in DAISY format.
22.18.03.S03 - hardware e Software for audio file playing
22.18.06 - Video recording and playing devices
Devices for saving and playing visual images and motion pictures on tape or other electronic media. Included are, e.g. cameras, video players, digital video recorders and players.
22.18.09 - Radio receivers
Included are, e.g. radio sets.
22.18.12 - Two-way radios
Devices for receiving and transmitting mainly one to one remote radio communication. Included are, e.g. Citizens Band (CB), Family Radio Services (FRS), General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS), marine radios.
22.18.15 - Televisions
Included are, e.g. digital and high definition televisions.
22.18.18 - Closed-circuit television systems
Closed systems for transmitting images with a camera to a recorder or direct displaying. in a remote location. Image-enlarging video systems, see >220318. Monitoring and positioning systems, see >222724
22.18.21 - Decoders for videotext and text television
Devices for translating videotext into artificial speech and decoding spoken output to provide video captions. Excluded are speech recognition systems.
22.18.21.S01 - Real time captioning systems
Hardware or software systems for decoding spoken output to provide video captions
22.18.21.S02 - Delayed captioning systems
Harware or software systems that allow to prepare captioning in advance (not in real time)
22.18.21.S03 - Captioning services
22.18.24 - Radio frequency transmission systems
Devices for receiving or transmitting high-frequency modulated electromagnetic waves. Included are, e.g. systems, transmitters and receivers for local one-way communication. Assistive products for hearing, see >22 06
22.18.27 - Infrared (IR) systems for audio information
Devices for receiving or transmitting audio information using infrared light. Included are, e.g. systems, transmitters and receivers for local one-way communication, e.g. personal remote voice transmission and voice transmission systems for auditorium. Assistive products for hearing, see >22 06. Assistive products for controlling from a distance, see >24 13
22.18.30 - Induction loop devices
Devices for receiving or transmitting information using electromagnetic waves in. induction loop systems. Included are, e.g. audio-frequency and carrier-frequency induction loop systems, induction loop receivers. Assistive products for hearing, see >22 06
22.18.30.S01 - Small induction loop-amplifiers22.18.30.S01 - Small induction loop-amplifiers
Amplifiers for small loops, designed for one person. Included are, e.g., pillow loops, neck loops and clip-on equipment transmitting audio magnetically by using the pick-up loop inside the users hearing aids.
22.18.30.S02 - Induction-loop amplifiers
Loop amplifiers using electromagnetic waves to transmit audio information to hearing aids. Designed for use in one or more rooms.
22.18.30.S03 - Induction-loops
Passive induction-loops without built-in amplifiers.
22.18.33 - Microphones
Included are, e.g. headset microphones.
22.18.36 - Loudspeakers
22.18.38 - Headphones
Included are, e.g. devices that increase the volume of TVs, radios, stereos or are used. together with communication amplifiers. Assistive products that record, play and display audio and visual information, see >22 18
22.18.39 - Accessories for audio, video and visual systems
22.21 - Assistive products for face-to-face communication
Devices which enable two persons to communicate with each other in the same space. Assistive products for voice production, see >22 09
22.21.03 - Letter and symbol sets and boards
Devices for face-to-face communication when speaking is not possible or is difficult. Included are, e.g. letter, picture, symbol and icon sets, boards.
22.21.03.S01 - Communication boards22.21.03.S01 - Communication boards
22.21.03.S02 - Letter and/or symbol sets
22.21.06 - Communication amplifiers
Devices for increasing the volume of one or more person's voices. Included are, e.g. devices for audio equalization for listening, concentration. Assistive products for hearing, see >22 06. Voice amplifiers for personal use, see >220906
22.21.09 - Dialogue units
Electronic devices that enable direct communication. Included are, e.g. portable and non-portable digital electronic displays, paper, recorded and synthetic speech output equipment.
22.21.09.S01 - Symbolic communication devices22.21.09.S01 - Symbolic communication devices
Communication devices consisting of a touch-sensitive screen divided into a given number of fields. When activating a field an auditive output with digital or synthetic speech is produced.
22.21.09.S02 - Alphabetic communication devices22.21.09.S02 - Alphabetic communication devices
Writing based communication devices with a standard keyboard. Features screen output, synthetic speech output or printed output.
22.21.09.S03 - Dynamic display communication devices
Dynamic display communication devices equipped with software for managing customized alphabetic and/or symbolic communication matrices.
22.21.12 - Face-to-face communication software
Software for producing messages for direct communication. Included is, e.g. embedded software that facilitates face-to-face communication. Word processing software, see >221224. Browser software, see >223315
22.21.12.S01 - Face-to-face communication software22.21.12.S01 - Face-to-face communication software
Software that allow computer or mobile devices (smartphone, PDA, tablet, ...) to work as a communicator.
22.21.12.S02 - Tools for developing grids for communication software
22.21.15 - Speech flow devices
Devices to improve speech flow, e.g. through capturing speech in a microphone, delaying the sound and reconnecting it
22.24 - Assistive products for telephoning and telematic messaging
22.24.03 - Standard network telephones
Included are, e.g. stationary telephones with or without portable receivers, loudspeakers, visual telephones, videophones, telex and telefax machines, telephones with built-in warning signals, internet telephones, tactile telephones. Assistive products for hearing, see >22 06
22.24.03.S01 - Telephone22.24.03.S01 - Telephone
22.24.06 - Telephones for mobile networks
Included are, e.g. car telephones, portable short-range telephones, hands-free models, camera-equipped models.
22.24.06.S01 - Mobile telephones
22.24.09 - Devices and software for real-time text communication
Included are, e.g. mobile text telephones, devices and software for real-time text conversion, telephones with Braille input/output.
22.24.09.S01 - Text telephones22.24.09.S01 - Text telephones
22.24.12 - Telephone booths
22.24.15 - Telephone answering machines
22.24.18 - Telephone switchboards
Panels and boards of switches for controlling the operation of a telephone system
22.24.21 - Accessories for telephoning
Included are, e.g. connection units and signal transformers of an incoming message, keyboards for mobile phones, number presentation assistive products, dialling, engaged and ring tone indicators, dialling assistive products, receiver holders, receiver amplifiers. Assistive products for hearing, see >22 06. Assistive products to assist or replace arm function, hand function, finger function or combination of these functions, see >24 18. Assistive products for fixation, see >24 27
22.24.21.S01 - Receiver holders22.24.21.S01 - Receiver holders
22.24.21.S02 - Ring tone indicators22.24.21.S02 - Ring tone indicators
22.24.21.S03 - Dialling aids
22.24.21.S04 - Connection units for telephone
22.24.24 - Telecommunication and telematics software
Software for verbal and visual communication between computers via the computer network. Included are, e.g. Internet Protocol (IP), Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony (IP) software, teleconference software, internet-based video communication systems, apps to facilitate use of smartphones and tablets. Face-to-face communication software, see >222112
22.24.24.S01 - Telecommunication and telematics software22.24.24.S01 - Telecommunication and telematics software
Software, specifically designed for person with motor, sensory or cognitive disability, for verbal and visual communication between computers via the computer network
22.24.24.S02 - Voice over IP Services
22.24.27 - Intercoms
Stand-alone electronic communication systems intended to facilitate a limited or private. dialogue between two or more persons in different locations. Assistive products for alarming, indicating, reminding and signalling, see >22 27
22.24.30 - Entry phones
Included are, e.g. door entry systems with integrated door openers, entry phone amplifiers. Assistive products for alarming, indicating, reminding and signalling, see >22 27
22.24.30.S01 - Entry phone
22.27 - Assistive products for alarming, indicating, reminding and signalling
22.27.04 - Signalling devices
Devices that transform a signal, e.g. from telephone, doorbell, babycall, to a visual, an acoustic or a mechanical output.
22.27.04.S01 - Indicators with visual signals
22.27.04.S02 - Indicators with acoustic signals
22.27.04.S03 - Systems to transform images into sound or voice
Systems that transform an image, or a video, into acoustic information through sounds or synthetic speech
22.27.04.S04 - Indicators with mechanical signals
22.27.12 - Clocks and timepieces
Devices for measuring, displaying and speaking the time. Included are, e.g. portable and non-portable devices, devices with or without an alarm. function.
22.27.12.S01 - Wrist-watches22.27.12.S01 - Wrist-watches
22.27.12.S02 - Pocket-watches22.27.12.S02 - Pocket-watches
22.27.12.S03 - Table clocks or wall clocks22.27.12.S03 - Table clocks or wall clocks
22.27.15 - Calendars and timetables
Devices for storing and organizing data on planned activities. Included are, e.g. special calendar software. Office software and industrial software, see >282112
22.27.15.S01 - Organizers22.27.15.S01 - Organizers
22.27.15.S02 - Calendar software
Software designed to help users to manage daily life. Included are also software or equipment for mobile phones, paging receivers etc.
22.27.16 - Memory support products
Devices for notifying or reminding a person about people, important activities or events of daily life. Included are, e.g. medication reminders, portable memo pads, memory support notebooks, talking picture systems, timed reminder systems.
22.27.16.S01 - Memory support products
22.27.18 - Personal emergency alarm systems
Devices either operated by the user or activated automatically in case of personal emergency. Included are, e.g. insulin alarms, seizure alarms for persons with epilepsy, fall alarms.
22.27.18.S01 - Personal emergency alarm systems22.27.18.S01 - Personal emergency alarm systems
22.27.21 - Environmental emergency alarm systems
Included are, e.g. fire alarms, smoke-detectors.
22.27.24 - Monitoring and positioning systems
Devices for observing the status or location of a specific situation or a person. Included are, e.g. global positioning systems (GPS).
22.27.24.S01 - Satellite navigation systems
Monitoring and positioning systems that operate via satellite navigation. Included are, e.g., global positioning systems (GPS).
22.27.24.S02 - Registration of persons without identification
Alarm systems not featuring identification. The alarm is activated when a person leaves a certain area.
22.27.24.S03 - Remote video monitoring systems
22.27.27 - Marking materials and marking tools
Devices for marking and identifying. Included are, e.g. signs, symbols, labels.
22.27.30 - Timers
Assistive products for preparing food and drink, see >15 03
22.27.33 - Assistive products that support structuring a day or an activity
22.30 - Assistive products for reading
Assistive products for extending and adjusting range and angle of the field of vision, see >220315
22.30.03 - Reading materials with audible output
Media for storing written data to present it in spoken form
22.30.03.S01 - Digital documents readers22.30.03.S01 - Digital documents readers
Software based system able to transform digital documents (e.g. text files) into voice output
22.30.03.S02 - Digital document reading (text to speech) services
Web based services that transform digital documents into audio files
22.30.06 - Large print reading materials
Assistive products for seeing, see >22 03
22.30.06.S01 - Large print reading materials
22.30.09 - Multimedia reading materials
Products that store written or print information and present that information using. more than one medium, e.g. audio and visual
22.30.12 - Page turners
Operating sticks, see >241815
22.30.12.S01 - Page turners22.30.12.S01 - Page turners
22.30.15 - Book supports and book holders
Reading tables, desks and stands, see >180306. Bed tables, see >180315. Manuscript holders, see >241824
22.30.15.S01 - Book supports22.30.15.S01 - Book supports
22.30.18 - Reading masks and typoscopes
Devices that enable a limited area of text to be visible at one time
22.30.21 - Character-reading machines
Devices for reading and transforming written text into alternative forms of visual, auditory and tactile communication
22.30.21.S01 - Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software22.30.21.S01 - Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software
Software used for the scanning and recognition of documents. Included are e.g. OCR software with text-to-speech technology.
22.30.21.S02 - Paper documents reading devices22.30.21.S02 - Paper documents reading devices
Hardware system that transforms the text written in paper document into alternative forms (e.g. enlarged text, synthetic speech, or tactile).
22.30.24 - Tactile reading materials
Media for presenting the content in Braille. Included are, e.g. books and other printed materials in Braille.
22.30.27 - Special multimedia presentation software
Software used to link and show different kinds of displays and images, cartoons, animation and synchronized sound
22.30.30 - E-book readers
22.33 - Computers and terminals
Office software and industrial software, see >282112
22.33.03 - Desktop (non-portable) computers
22.33.03.S01 - Desk-top computers22.33.03.S01 - Desk-top computers
22.33.06 - Portable computers and personal digital assistants (PDA)
Computers that can be powered with batteries and thus can be used anywhere. Included are, e.g. computers in combination with mobile phones such as smartphones.
22.33.06.S01 - Palm-top computers22.33.06.S01 - Palm-top computers
22.33.06.S02 - Lap-top computers22.33.06.S02 - Lap-top computers
22.33.06.S03 - Cases for computer
Case to protect and/or facilitate carring of devices like computers, PDA or tablets.
22.33.09 - Public information/transaction terminals
Included are, e.g. ATM, bank, ticket automats.
22.33.12 - Operating software
Office software and industrial software, see >282112
22.33.12.S01 - Software interfaces for computer or mobile devices22.33.12.S01 - Software interfaces for computer or mobile devices
Complete software interface to facilitate the use of personal computer or mobile devices (e.g. tablet pc, smart phones).
22.33.12.S02 - Operating systems
22.33.15 - Browser software
Included are, e.g. software for SMS, WAP and e-mail. Face-to-face communication software, see >222112. Office software and industrial software, see >282112
22.33.15.S01 - Web browsers
Web browsers with special features (e.g. voice output) that allow people with disabilities to navigate the web.
22.33.15.S02 - Communication Software ( between devices)
22.33.18 - Accessories for computers and networks
Included are, e.g. external memory units, modems, adapters and cables, CD and DVD. drives, networking devices. Input devices for computers, see >22 36. Output devices for computers, see >22 39
22.36 - Input devices for computers
Computers and terminals, see >22 33. Output devices for computers, see >22 39
22.36.03 - Keyboards
Included are, e.g. Braille keyboards. Accessories for telephoning, see >222421
22.36.03.S01 - Programmable keyboard configuration tools22.36.03.S01 - Programmable keyboard configuration tools
Software tools that allow to configure programmable keyboard and or to print overlay
22.36.03.S02 - Keyboard shields22.36.03.S02 - Keyboard shields
22.36.03.S03 - Keyboards with a special design22.36.03.S03 - Keyboards with a special design
Keyboards including e.g. enlarged and miniaturized keyboards, headpointer keyboards, ergonomic keyboards and one-hand keyboards.
22.36.03.S04 - Programmable (concept) Keyboards22.36.03.S04 - Programmable (concept) Keyboards
Touch-sensitive programmable boards which can be divided into different numbers and sizes of active areas (keys). Each active area can be programmed to perform different actions.
22.36.12 - Alternate input devices
Included are, e.g. optical scanners, speech recognition units, touch sensitive boards, data gloves, brain-computer interfaces, motion sensors. Computer pointing devices, see >223621
22.36.12.S01 - Software for accessing the computer in scanning mode22.36.12.S01 - Software for accessing the computer in scanning mode
Software that can be used, in combination with a switch, to control the computer in scanning mode.
22.36.12.S02 - Voice recognition systems22.36.12.S02 - Voice recognition systems
Software for command and control or text input to computers by speech (speech-to-text programs).
22.36.12.S03 - Eyegaze systems22.36.12.S03 - Eyegaze systems
Systems that allow to control a computer, or other devices, through gaze
22.36.12.S04 - EEG, EOG or EMG controlled input devices
Input devices controlled by electric signals activated by brainwave signals (EEG), by facial muscle movements (EMG) or by eye movements (EOG).
22.36.15 - Input accessories
Devices for linking the input systems with the computer. Included are, e.g. stand-alone word banks and word lists, multiports, cables, boards.
22.36.15.S01 - Computer adaptation accessories22.36.15.S01 - Computer adaptation accessories
22.36.15.S02 - Switch interfaces22.36.15.S02 - Switch interfaces
Interface to connect switches to devices, to allow, for exemple, the control in scanning mode.
22.36.18 - Input software
Included are, e.g. one-finger drivers, screen keyboards, optical reading software. Word processing software, see >221224. Alternate input devices, see >223612. Office software and industrial software, see >282112
22.36.18.S01 - On screen keyboards22.36.18.S01 - On screen keyboards
Software that reproduce the keyboard on the device screen
22.36.18.S02 - Mouse control software22.36.18.S02 - Mouse control software
Software that allow to control the mouse movement and/or click functions.
22.36.18.S03 - Word prediction and word termination software22.36.18.S03 - Word prediction and word termination software
Software designed to facilitate typing by completing words and/or predicting the next word in a sentence
22.36.18.S05 - Software for adjusting input devices response22.36.18.S05 - Software for adjusting input devices response
Software that allow to modify the functioning and behavior of input devices (e.g. mouse, keyboard, switches, ....) through adjustments and filtering (e.g. filtering out involuntary repeated keypress, or allowing "hot keys" and "short cuts")
22.36.21 - Computer pointing devices
Assistive products to position screen pointer and to select items on computer display. Included are, e.g. computer mice, touch pads, track balls, computer joysticks. Alternate input devices, see >223612
22.36.21.S01 - Accessories for mouse adaptation22.36.21.S01 - Accessories for mouse adaptation
22.36.21.S02 - Joystick mouse devices22.36.21.S02 - Joystick mouse devices
Mouse devices with a joystick. Used to control the mouse pointer. Included are also mouth controlled joysticks.
22.36.21.S03 - Body movement controlled mice22.36.21.S03 - Body movement controlled mice
Hardware devices that, using special sensors (e.g. video cameras, accelerometers, …), allow to control the mouse functions by moving a body part (e.g. the head)
22.36.21.S04 - Trackball22.36.21.S04 - Trackball
A trackball in an upside-down mouse that rotates in place within a socket. The user rolls the ball to direct the cursor to the desired place on the screen.
22.36.21.S05 - Touch screens22.36.21.S05 - Touch screens
Touch screens consist of a touch sensitive display, divided into fields. The size, number and function of the fields can be customized.
22.36.21.S06 - Switch operated computer mice22.36.21.S06 - Switch operated computer mice
Type of computer mouse where you can control all the mouse functions through switches.
22.36.21.S07 - Touch pad
in touch pads movement of the finger produces a corresponding cursor movement.
22.36.21.S08 - Computer and console joysticks
Input devices, e.g. controllers, for playing electronic games on pc, Mac, Playstation, Nintendo, Xbox, or other platforms.
22.39 - Output devices for computers
Included are, e.g. display monitors, printers, plotters, synthesizers. Office machines and office equipment, see >282109
22.39.04 - Visual computer displays and accessories
Devices that display information from a computer visually and accessories that enlarge or otherwise enhance text and images on a computer monitor. Included are, e.g. large print displays, screen magnifiers, glare reduction screens, and software.
22.39.04.S01 - Computer monitors
Monitors for desktop computers.
22.39.04.S02 - Screen filters
Filters for computer monitors reducing specular reflection.
22.39.05 - Tactile computer displays
Devices that display information from a computer tactilely. Included are, e.g. Braille displays, tactile graphic displays.
22.39.05.S01 - Braille displays22.39.05.S01 - Braille displays
Displays converting text to Braille.
22.39.06 - Printers
Included are, e.g. Braille printers/plotters.
22.39.06.S01 - Printers22.39.06.S01 - Printers
22.39.07 - Audible computer displays
Devices that display information from a computer audibly through speech or other sound. Included are, e.g. speech synthesizers.
22.39.07.S01 - Speech synthesizers
Hardware or software systems able to generate artificial human speech, also known as Text to Speech systems
22.39.12 - Special output software
Included are, e.g. software that enlarges the text and graphics displayed on a computer. screen, software that reads the display and converts it to speech (screen reader). Image-enlarging video systems, see >220318. Office software and industrial software, see >282112. Visual computer displays and accessories, see >223904. Audible computer displays, see >223907
22.39.12.S01 - Magnifying software22.39.12.S01 - Magnifying software
Software that enlarge the text and graphics displayed on the screen of a computer or other electronic devices. May feature screen reading, colour choice and focus enhancement etc.
22.39.12.S02 - Screen reader software22.39.12.S02 - Screen reader software
Software that interpret what is being displayed on the screen and present it to the user with text-to-speech, sound icons, or a Braille output device.
22.39.12.S03 - Software for adjusting color combination and text size22.39.12.S03 - Software for adjusting color combination and text size
Software that allow adjusting the color of text, background, images and other elements displayed on the screen, and/or to adjust the font size, to improve visualization.
22.39.12.S04 - Software to modify the pointer appearance22.39.12.S04 - Software to modify the pointer appearance
Software to modify the size, color, and/or shape of the pointer on the screen
22.42 - Interactive devices for computers
Included are, e.g. smart boards.
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