Tactile means of orientation

Tactile means of orientation include such elements as tactile tiles, raised pointers, tactile stickers and step pads, as well as a non-slip aluminum pad.

Tactile tiles and raised signage are designed to create an accessible environment for the visually impaired. They help blind and partially sighted people to navigate in the surrounding space, showing the direction of movement and warning of obstacles and dangers.

Tactile stickers and step pads also play an important role in creating a safe environment. They are mounted on steps and other objects, providing tactile information about their configuration and location.

The anti-slip aluminum pad is an effective means of preventing accidents on steps and other smooth surfaces. It provides better adhesion of shoes to the surface, reducing the risk of slipping and injury.

These tactile aids help make the environment more accessible and safe for all users, regardless of their abilities.

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