OKDAK, maker of kiosks that allow viewers to find tourist or municipal information using their mobile phones as remote controls to navigate menus on the screen and then receive the requested info on their phones via text messaging, have kept disabled travelers in mind. The kiosks deliver information supplied by tourist bureaus, business travel agencies, municipal services, chambers of commerce, private enterprises, amusement parks and real estate agencies. The company has had the good foresight to make the kiosks height adjustable and with an audio on option, making them accessible to people with disabilities. OKDAK operates kiosks in France, Belgium, Greece and the United States. The company expects to have 100 installations by the end of the year.