CSUN Assistive Kiosk Anaheim March 18-22

By | March 12, 2024
CSUN Kiosk

CSUN Assistive Tech Conference March 12

Highlights from the CSUN event:

From DOT Exciting Moments at CSUN 2024! ย  As the final day of CSUN 2024 unfolds, we can’t help but reflect on the incredible energy and enthusiasm we’ve experienced over the past two days. It has been an absolute pleasure connecting with so many passionate individuals dedicated to advancing accessibility and inclusion. Our booth #603 has been buzzing with activity, filled with engaging conversations, insightful discussions, and innovative demonstrations. We’ve been thrilled to showcase our latest developments, including the groundbreaking integration between Dot Pad and NVDA, designed to empower computer users with enhanced accessibility features. But the real highlight has been the people โ€“ the vibrant community that makes events like CSUN so special. From reconnecting with familiar faces to forging new connections, every interaction has been inspiring and enriching.ย  A huge thank you to everyone who has visited our booth, shared their stories, and contributed to the spirit of collaboration and innovation. Your passion fuels our commitment to creating technology that makes a meaningful difference in people’s lives. As we wrap up CSUN 2024, we invite you to stop by booth #603 one last time to say hello, explore our solutions, and capture some memorable moments together. Let’s continue the conversation beyond the event and work together towards a more accessible and inclusive future. Looking forward to connecting with you all!

The annual CSUN conference was in Anaheim again this year.ย  Kiosks are on the agenda with a new braille tablet kiosk from DOT and Kiosk Group that will be on display.ย  Exhibitors include Dolphin Computer Access in 418, Dot Incorporation in 603 and of course Platinum Sponsor Supporter Vispero in 503.


  • DOT — At CSUN, in collaboration with KG, we will showcase the latest kiosk model to check visitor reactions and explore potential partnerships. And yes, you’re right. Adhering to all regulations including braille labels will be crucial, especially when we make the kiosk accessible to everyone.ย  We will keep that in mind! We’ll keep you informed about the feedback we receive from attendees ๐Ÿ™‚


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Author: Staff Writer

Craig Keefner -- With over 40 years in the industry and technology, Craig is widely considered to be an expert in the field. Major early career kiosk projects include Verizon Bill Pay kiosk and hundreds of others. Craig helped start kioskmarketplace and formed the KMA. Note the point of view here is not necessarily the stance of the Kiosk Association or kma.global