ANKITA GULATI

ANKITA GULATI

Founder ,TouchVisionTech
General Business • Back End Dev
New Delhi, India
Skills
  • Consulting
  • Software Development
  • Algorithm Design
  • Algorithms
  • Android
  • Application Development
  • C
  • C#
  • C++
  • Collaboration
  • Collaborative Problem Solving
  • Computer Vision
  • Embedded Systems
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Fundraising
  • Image Analysis
  • Image Processing
  • Innovation Development
  • Innovative Design
  • Java
  • MATLAB
  • Mentoring
  • Mobile Technology
  • Partnership Development
  • Product Development
  • Product Innovation
  • Programming
  • Project Coordination
  • Project Delivery
  • Project Execution
  • Project Planning
  • Project Work
  • Public Speaking
  • Python
  • Research
  • Research Papers
  • Social Innovation
  • Social Issues
  • Social Services
  • Strategic Planning
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Teaching Skills
  • Team Coordination
  • Team Leadership
  • Team Management
  • Technical Writing
  • Technology Evangelism
  • User Acceptance Testing
  • User Experience
  • User Interface Design
  • User Scenarios
  • User-centered Design
  • Website Development
Experience
IIT Delhi

Assistive Technologies Developer @IIT Delhi • Employee

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

Nov '16 - Present (4 years 7 months)

WEE Foundation

Fellow @WEE Foundation • Employee

Sep '16 - Present (4 years 9 months)

TOUCHVISIONTECH

CEO @TOUCHVISIONTECH • Co-Founder

Enabling Inclusive Education!

Jan '15 - Present (6 years 5 months)

Amazing things ANKITA's made
According to WHO, about 285 million people are estimated to be visually impaired worldwide, 90% of whom live in low income settings. Out of these,19 million are children under the age of 15 years. Still literacy rate of the visually impaired people in India is just 25% and employment rate is 40%.Visually Impaired Children lack far behind sighted children in terms of learning and adapting to new things. They have very limited options in terms of learning material and recreational activities. Braille has served as a great alternative for text but there is no such alternative for diagrams and pictures. We are trying to make diagrams accessible for the visually impaired users through technological interventions. Our product, a mobile based multimodal book for visually impaired children aims to assist them in perception and cognition development by sensitizing them about different concepts in their environment so that their inclusion in the education ecosystem is speeded up.