The Technology

for people with hearing impairment

Signlang self-learning framework for real-time gestural analysis that provides high-speed recognition with great accuracy using minimal hardware and minimal computing power. All that’s required is a simple web or mobile camera found in everyday laptops or smartphones. SignLang allows spontaneous communication between the Deaf and hearing in organizations/scenarios that were either previously unavailable or that required an interpreter.

2-Way Translation System

The market-ready system translates ASL to any language. A solution to translate written / any spoken language into sign language using an avatar.

Neural network

Includes private trained neural network solution, designed to recognize complex multi-component gestures based on own technology DeepSign

Inverse kinematics

A private inverse kinematics engine designed for the configuration and reconstruction of gestures


Prepared a gesture dictionary of dialogues on medical topics


A private dataset of 2200+ gestures interpretations has been shooted and marked, which is used to train the neural networks. And it is constantly replenished.

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4 Reasons People Use Sign Language

Other Than Hearing Loss

Sign language is often thought of in the context of the Deaf community. However, there are many situations where sign language is beneficial to people who aren’t Deaf or hard of hearing.

There are a few intellectual and physical disabilities where research has shown that sign language can be beneficial in communication. Here’s our list of reasons people use sign language other than hearing loss.


Children with autism can struggle with spoken language. Sign language is another option for communication. Research shows that sign language may help with speech development, social interaction, and learning new words. Many signs are visually associated with the object they are referring to. These visual associations can help someone with autism communicate

Apraxia of Speech

Apraxia of Speech is a motor speech disorder that affects the messages from the brain reaching the mouth. This makes it difficult for a person to move their lips, tongue and says sounds correct. Using both sign language and voicing to talk can help a person remember the motor process for that word. For someone with Apraxia of Speech, sign language can benefit them emotionally and socially.

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy can affect the way a person moves their mouth, jaw, and head as well as the rest of their body. This can make speaking and eating quite difficult. Speech therapy along with sign language can help improve communication for a child with Cerebral Palsy.

Down Syndrome

Down Syndrome is a genetic condition caused by having an extra chromosome and causes some delay in development and some level of learning difficulty. Sign language can help babies, toddlers, and children with Down Syndrome improve their communication skills. It can support the development of expressive language, functional communication, and social skills.

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