How can Canute contribute
to your Braille distribution?

Save time, money and natural resources

Creating Braille books and pages takes time, money and a lot of paper. The Canute 360 works using digital BRF files greatly reducing the amount of pages you need to emboss and distribute. In particular distributing Canutes to the heaviest readers amongst your customer base can radically cut down on the expense of costly small batch runs of Canute. For a customer reading several books a week a Canute 360 will pay for itself in paper savings in a matter of months.

Provide a wider range of Braille content

The possibilities of digital Braille are endless! Music, maths, tables, lists, tactile charts, all are possible with the Canute. In a world where information changes and updates quickly, having access to the latest version of files is invaluable. Simply convert the file and save to an SD card or pen drive and Canute users are as up to date as their peers.

BBT Customer Support

We have a dedicated team who are able to support customers with their Canute 360. Simply get in touch and we can troubleshoot. We also provide more intense training for organisations that use their own support teams. We also run two mailing lists, one for discussion and questions and one for Canute 360 news and updates.

Custom features

If you’re looking for something specific get in touch. Canutes can be branded to fit your organisation. They can be pre-packaged with content and peripherals, whether that is reading material, bags, covers, even PCs pre-set-up to support Canute as a display. We can also develop custom firmware to fit the particular kind of material you distribute, such as allowing a user to switch back and forth between two language translations of the same page.

Lease to customers

The Canute is the perfect product to lease to customers who may struggle to buy one outright. The unit is “plug in and go” and can be leased to local organisations that need to have a product that can access Braille such as a library, school, university or church. Instructions on how to use the Canute can be accessed by a Braille reader using the help function on the machine so can be requested and used with minimal supervision.