Great White Technology Products:

Speakster-tts: AAC Speech Assistant

Text-to-speech communication for those that have difficulty speaking

Speakster-tts has been developed primarily for those individuals that have difficulty speaking but are able to use their fingers; those with dysphagia or aphasia caused by conditions such as stroke, Motor Neurone Disease (MND), also known as ALS and Lou Gehrig’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, multiple sclerosis, traumatic brain injuries, autism, cerebral palsy and other neurodegenerative diseases.

The app enables the user to enter phrases ‘on the fly’ or to store phrases under categories. A combination of freeform entry and choosing stored phrases is also possible. Speakster-tts can be used on both phones and tablets.

The app does not collect any data but asks for your locale so that the most appropriate spoken language is automatically made available. No internet connection is required to use the app.

Download Speakster-tts for Android devices from the Google Play Store HERE

Download Speakster-tts for Apple devices from the App Store HERE

Aircraft Landing Control

Aircraft Landing Control loosely simulates the actions of an air traffic controller. Land as many planes as possible before incurring 3 errors. 6 runways are provided, one free and the remainder available to purchase. Each runway presents different challenges and, through Preferences, the player can modify the game’s difficulty. Preferences are only available if the game has been purchased.

 Move each plane to the localiser. Tapping a plane opens a Control Panel where you can control air speed and height. Change heading by placing your finger on a plane and dragging in the direction you want it to go. Tapping Approach Clearance will direct planes to the localiser and land them automatically, with no further player input.

Maintain a safe separation between planes of 3 miles or 1000 feet or incur an error. Errors are also incurred by exceeding a speed of 270 knots, by allowing a plane to fly off screen and entering the localiser at a speed exceeding 200 knots or below 150 or a height that is not between 2000 and 3000 feet.