Madrid – March 23, 2022 – ACCESSIBILITECH project’s mapping tool is already available for consulting. The map has been designed to gather data on accessible technological solutions, at all levels of maturity, with potential to improve the experience of all people in Telework, eLearning and Telecare.
Its main goal is to offer reliable information of identified solutions, allowing people with disabilities to select the technologies that best fits their needs.
The map will show a series of circles with a figure representing the number of projects identified in a particular place. Yellow circles represent places where more projects are identified, and the green ones where there are fewer.
Upon clicking on each circle, black pins will appear directing the user to a page with more information about the product. This information is complementary and offered in map and list formats. Users can apply different filters to refine their search.
The information offered by the map is obtained automatically but also through a manual feed.
If you have a project, product or know about one that can improve the experience of people with disabilities in the areas covered, add it to our database using our form.
ACCESSIBILITECH has been designed to develop a mapping tool and a methodology to evaluate accessible technologies at any level of maturity to improve the quality of life and experience of people with disabilities in Telework, eLearning and Telecare. The project is being carried out by Fundación ONCE, DigitalEurope and EASPD in collaboration with EDF, SEE and Philea.
Learn more about ACCESSIBILITECH at the project’s website.
It has received funding from the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020).