Claro Software unveils new range of innovative software to support independence for all at BETT 2011.
Claro Software’s innovative new range – to be previewed at BETT 2011 – will help anyone use a computer to carry out a huge array of tasks with complete confidence.
By removing even more barriers, Claro Software has set the standard for assistive technology, creating tools so that those affected by difficulties can fully realise their potential.
Read a book on-screen exactly as it would appear if the text were in your hands. Produce your own speaking eBook with ClaroRead Pro. Powerful new technology scans and converts any publication into an on-screen PDF, that can be edited and read out loud in a human-sounding voice.
ClaroRead even highlights the words as they are spoken, in any colour.
ClaroRead Pro ensures that any scanned document is perfectly reproduced on-screen, complete with all pictures, text, diagrams and columns intact. New PDF unlocking and OCR proofing capabilities have further boosted ClaroRead’s power.
ClaroRead Pro supports any character – from the Greek used in equations, to cyrillic Russian characters – and can read them out loud. Users can train the dictionary to understand their particular preferences.
All documents are accessible. As a registered Adobe Accessibility Partner, our software can read back even copy-protected PDFs and eBooks.
ClaroRead Pro is the simplest and most affordable way get any newspaper, magazine, novel or leaflet online in its original format – for everyone to read and listen.
ClaroRead Pro automatically labels text-to-audio files before sending them to iTunes, making them much easier to file, recognise and find.
Claro Learning Access Suite V2
Claro’s popular Learning Access Suite now features Dragon NaturallySpeaking Pro V11 speech recognition software, as an optional add-on. Also included is our new WordBanks software enabling the creation of helpful onscreen vocabularies tailored to educational courses and milestones.
In Sweden, Claro Software is proud to support around 300,000 students. California’s Stanford University are now using Claro Software programs. Their global reach, built via a network of trusted and specialised Claro partners, is flourishing.
Claro Software tools are available in many languages. Claro solutions and specially tailored licenses are available for installation across the world, and we are keen to forge more international partnerships at BETT 2011.
Claro Software will be at Stand SN64 during BETT 2011, from Wednesday January 12 from 10am to 6pm, Thursday, January 13 from 10am to 6pm, Friday, January 14 from 10am to 6pm, and Saturday, January 15 from 10am to 4pm.
Staff will be on hand to demonstrate the software and answer any questions.