HUBOT: Meet the Blind Traffic Regulator

NextNature.net
December 9th 2017

A visual impairment does not have to be confining and futile when it comes to traffic control. As a blind traffic regulator, you wear a haptic suit that translates the traffic situation into impulses on your back. Equipped with sensors scanning the environment and vibrating motors to make traffic a sensible experience, you have a set of eyes in your back.

The blind traffic regulator is one of the 16 positions from HUBOT, the job agency for people and robots. Are you interested in this role? Take the HUBOT jobtest and discover which HUBOT job suits you best.

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