Fasten Range of Tactile Indicators
Detectable warning surfaces in the705form of tactile surface ground indicators used at various locations in accordance with Design Guidelines for Persons with Visual Impairment.
This is one form of tactile indicators which, in essence, provides the blind or visually impaired a physical cue. It is detectable either under foot or by the use of a white cane. Tactile ground surface indicators are only one source, amongst many, of orientation information. Unlike some other tactile indicators which are basically generic in nature, tactile ground surface indicators have a specific function and impart specific information about the immediate surroundings.
Tactile ground surface indicators act as, and are interpreted as, landmarks. There are two types of tactile ground surface indicators:
(a) warning indicators
(b) directional indicators.
NAKA Tactile Indicators installed in Various Projects in different types of base materials.