Definitions for "Adaptive Technology"
Sometimes known as assistive technology. It is software or hardware that has been specifically designed to assist people with disabilities in carrying out daily activities. Assistive technology includes wheelchairs, reading machines, devices for grasping, etc. In the area of Web Accessibility, common software-based assistive technologies include screen readers, screen magnifiers, speech synthesizers, and voice input software that operate in conjunction with graphical desktop browsers (among other user agents). Hardware assistive technologies include alternative keyboards and pointing devices.
An Intel technology (supported in adapters and switches) that automatically and dynamically customizes product performance to match network operating conditions, thus helping to optimize network performance.
A wide variety of electronic items that enable an even wider variety of people with disabilities to live independently. Many of the devices are based on computer technology.