Sendero Group, creators of many well-known accessible wayfinding and GPS apps, have many new announcements for new and existing customers alike.
Sendero GPS version 22 has been released
The 2017 release of Sendero GPS introduced some map compatibility issues which have been fixed in version 22. Existing users on any supported device (Sendero PC Maps and GPS, BrailleNote and BrailleSense) who are having POI or map compatibility issues can get a free upgrade by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. All other upgrades will cost $22, regardless of which version you are upgrading from.
It is also important to note that the 2016 KeyMap maps are the last available, as HumanWare is no longer updating KeySoft.
Find instructions and tutorials for upgrading Sendero products for your specific device on their website
Save with CSUN
Seeing Eye Gps and RNIB Navigator apps are on sale through the end of March. Receive 1 year of service for just $39.99, 40% off the original price if you start service by March 31. New versions of these apps to be released soon.
Sendero CSUNATC18 events
If you are at the CSUN conference in San Diego, join Sendero Group at the following events:
Accessible Indoor Wayfinding Technology: Wednesday March 21 from 9:00 - 9:50AM in Room Hillcrest AB
Recent Advances in Indoor Wayfinding: Thursday March 22 from 1:20 - 2:10PM in Hillcrest AB.
Sendero will also be hosting its customary CSUN party on Friday night in the suite at 5:00 PM. Please RSVP to the party hereSource: Announcing the release of Sendero GPS version 22 products!
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