The official podcast of Aira, the visual interpreter service for people who are blind or have low vision.
At Aira, we connect people, via our free smartphone app, to trained professionals who provide visual information – all on demand.
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Explorer Call July 2021
Content Warning: This podcast contains material of a sensitive nature. Emily Hill, director, Customer Experience, joins us to go over Aira’s terms of service found at www.aira.io/tos. Then Product Manager Ryan Bishop takes us through the Aira Roadmap. This podcast contains chapter markers for easy navigation.
Oceania Explorer Call July 2021
Learn about Aira’s recent roadmap for the coming year with a new app and new features. We’ll also talk hands-free solutions and uses for visual interpreting. Plus, promos!
NFB 2021 Aira Roadmap
Aira CEO Troy Otillio, Product Manager Ryan Bishop and the Aira Engineering Team share future plans for our service over the next year and beyond.
NFB21 Aira Word School Everywhere
The Aira Access Network makes it possible to use our service free when doing many tasks. We’ll explore how entities become part of the network and make some major announcements regarding new partners.
Airacast 32 Convention Season
In this episode we bring you some news about our Covid Vaccine Promo. Then hear about our action-packed schedule at NFB21. Finally our agents tell you about their favorite calls.
A Year of Reflection
Join us as a panel of explorers and Aira staff discuss the past year in relation to social justice and advocacy around the Black community. How did we feel? What did we do? What have we learned?
Incredibly innovative and helpful
Plenty more here than helpful information how to use the most innovative technology for blind individuals. Explorers willingly share wisdom and insights in so many areas. Plus, using AIRA with other technologies. Gold mine of a helpful community.
They don’t really listen to Feedback
The service would be better if half the agents on call for a retarded. I don’t know how they’re I think some of these stupid people become agents.
Bori and horrible voice audio quality