Serotek cordially invites you to visit booth 820 at the 26th Annual CSUN International Technology & Persons with Disabilities Conference.
Serotek will be on site at the Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel in San Diego, CA from March 16 – March 19.
If you’re looking for sessions to attend at this year’s conference, join Ricky Enger for session BLV-2031 in America’s Cup B, March 16 from 9:20 – 10:20 AM PST. The session will cover using Serotek’s AE HotSpot
to make classrooms, conferences and presentations accessible to all. From across the room or around the world, the AE HotSpot and Accessible Event
meeting platform provide meeting content to blind, deaf, deaf/blind and sighted attendees connecting through PC’s, iOS, and other portable devices.
When you’re not attending sessions, come and see hands-on demonstrations of the Serotek technology making your workplace, your classroom, and your digital life accessible.
Making the Printed Word Accessible
Serotek’s DocuScan Plus gives you quick and easy access to the printed word, no matter where you are. DocuScan Plus can be installed on your own machine, or run from any public computer by visiting
In true Serotek fashion, you can view and manage previously scanned documents from the cloud, meaning that you’ll always be able to access the material you’ve previously scanned, no matter the computer you are using. If you like, you can also save documents directly to the hard drive of your current computer. You can convert your scanned documents to a variety of formats, including mp3, bRF, and DAISY with text and audio. Your material can come from PDF’s, a traditional flatbed scanner, or even the soon to be released portable document camera from HoverCam. Visit booth 820 to get a hands-on demonstration of this small, affordable and extremely accurate camera that fits easily in a backpack or laptop bag. Pair the camera with DocuScan Plus and make the printed word instantly accessible, anywhere life takes you.
Accessibility in the Workplace
Serotek has everything you need to stay productive and connected on the job. With solutions like
IT professionals and trainers can accessibly connect to remote computers from anywhere in the world to offer maintenance, troubleshooting and one-on-one instruction. Blind and sighted technicians alike can easily provide support services to all end users, regardless of whether or not assistive technology is present on the remote machine.
Accessibility in the Classroom
For students K-12 in the U.S. and Canada, Serotek provides free screen-reading access on a portable U3 USB thumb drive through the
Students in K-12 classrooms can use Serotek’s System Access Mobile screen reader simply by plugging the thumb drive in to any computer, at school or at home. Students no longer need to be restricted to a computer preconfigured with assistive technology, and can enjoy full access right alongside their sighted classmates.
The Accessible Digital Lifestyle
Whether you’re a student, an employee, or a retiree, Serotek has all the affordable solutions you’ll need to gain access to digital information and entertainment, no matter where you are. Serotek is the first company offering you flexible purchasing options to fit any budget. Purchase products and services with a single payment, or choose from a variety of software as a service options, including [“Build a Bundle”.]http://www.serotek.com/babfaq.html
Try out the System Access Mobile Network, known as SAMNet
with over 2,700 described movies, thousands of radio stations, recipes, TV shows, the Socializer for instant messaging and social networking, voice chat to meet other interesting people, web-based email, and so much more. Visit
to begin your 7-day free trial of System Access and SAMNet.
Can’t make it to San Diego this year? Keep up with the latest happenings at CSUN by downloading
from the iOS App Store, or simply by visiting
from the show floor
For more information about our products and services, call (612) 246-4818, or send an email to
The Serotek Team