RightHear is the world’s most advanced spatial orientation solution for people who are blind or visually impaired.
We believe that inclusion starts with accessibility and therefore, our goal is to make the world more accessible for everyone.
Our solution is designed specifically for people who are blind or visually impaired,
but is also highly valuable for any person with orientation challenges.
Imagine a world where everyone can go anywhere independently.
A world where everyone is more capable, more confident and more empowered.
This world is RightHear.
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Inclusion starts with Accessibility
Since we’ve launched in March 2016, more than 600 venues have turned their public spaces into accessible environments for people with low-vision or orientation challenges.
By doing that, we allow thousands of visitors to travel independently inside those accessible venues.
Every day, new places are joining our network of accessible environments and more and more users are joining our growing global community of independent travelers.
The RightHear story was started in Israel in 2015 with Gil Elgrably and Idan Meir, who was initially working on another shopping related startup. During their work, they found an indoor micro-positioning technology that allowed them to provide coupons precisely in-store and were amazed by the endless opportunities it can provide in other fields.
As both of them are very socially aware, they decided to pivot into a new product that will focus on utilizing this new technology for the benefit of people with low vision and other orientation challenges.
This is when RightHear has born.
Ever since then, companies who are looking for an indoor navigation system or an indoor positioning system, are happy to work with us turning their spaces into more accessible for the blind and visually impaired.