- Talky is a fully programmable talking sign for buildings
- Press the button and the sign talks to you
- Aids way-finding navigation for those with sight losss
- Talky can be integrated with any sign types
- Record and re-record up to 80 second of speech
- Changeable graphics can be inserted in the button lens
With Talky signs, they do. We’ve developed a programmable talking sign, that speaks at the push of a button. Our innovative Talky sign product provides directional wayfinding and navigation for people with sight loss. Press the button and the sign talks to you. Building officers and facilities managers can programme the sign by recording an audio message. When partnered with xsign 3D cutting edge print technology, Talky signs can satisfy all current disability legislation while extending access with new ease of use. Interchangeable graphics inserted into the button’s lens allow for bespoke and creative design of symbols and pictograms.
Talky units can be integrated into traditional sign types and into new sign technologies, such as the patent-pending Puzzle lockable paper holding sign, which offers ultimate flexibility and security, without the need for any tools to open the mechanism. Talky is accessible from the rear of the unit, with easy controls and battery replacement. A rear microphone allows 80 seconds of recording of voice notes, or, for optimal volume and audio, quality files can be transferred to a line-in mini jack.
Once part of the Danish ironmongery company, we were the first manufacturer in the world to launch a secret fixed stainless steel modular sign system in 2000, based on the Jigsaw™ fixing system, designed by British architect, Mark Shaw-Smith.
For more information about Talky and our other sign products, call our UK-based team on: 01280 841200.