In an increasingly complex traffic system it became more and more difficult for blind and visually handicapped persons to orientate without trouble. In addition to that, there are enhanced conflicts of interest with residents next to traffic lights.
Modern possibilities like the LOC.id system are a remedy here. Highly frequented intersection areas are especially challenging for persons with limited mobility. Strong traffic volume and extremely loud background noises complicate the orientation in public space for blind and visually handicapped persons.
An additional orientation aid that focuses on the communication between traffic management system and road users can help here.