Graphic illustration showing blind pedestrian traveling with support of narrative directions from a bus stop to a nearby subway entrance.


ClickAndGo Navigation is a patented wayfinding technology for blind, low-vision and mobility-challenged pedestrians. Accessible online and via mobile app, it provides narrative directions, low-vision maps, real-time location support (via iBeacon technology) and a host of other features that get our users where they want to go. Perfect at venues such as public transit, universities, hospitals and commercial centers.

Detailed Narrative Routes

ClickAndGo Navigation's core value is built around a searchable library of narrative routes unique to each venue.  These audio and text-based routes are mapped out step-by-step by industry experts and describe cues of specific value to our users:  tactile, proprioceptive and audio as well.

Indoor and Outdoor

ClickAndGo Navigation is not limited to outdoor travel, as is the case with GPS technology. It functions seamlessly, whether indoors or outdoors, and provides consistent, detailed route information throughout the chosen venue.

Pre-Journey Learning

ClickAndGo Navigation includes tools the traveler can use to familiarize themselves with the venue before leaving their home:  virtual tours, walking routes, intersection descriptions and more are all easily accessed before starting the journey.

iBeacon support as a complement to ClickAndGo Navigation

iBeacons are positioned at key points throughout wayfinding project venues and serve multiple purposes. They broadcast messages via the ClickAndGo app, and can confirm one’s location, identify landmarks, announce hazards (i.e. bicycle lanes, construction sites) and provide useful location-specific orientation cues. For a lighter version of beacon support, see ClickAndGo NextGen Talking Signs.

This button image links to the iBeacons in Action page  


Image of an iPhone with ClickAndGo Wayfinding iOS app

ClickAndGo Navigation Product Features


Route Directions


Virtual Tours and Pre-Journey Learning


Intersection Descriptions


Points of Interest (POI)


Restaurant Menus


Customized Low Vision Maps