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Website and TV-channel with easy access to news and information
Plena Inclusión España, a leading national NGO, launched Planeta Fácil, an easy-to-read news site for people with intellectual disabilities. The website presents current news in easy language, hosts blogs, and has developed an audio-visual programme, in cooperation with a mainstream news agency.
Plena Inclusion Spain, Planeta Fácil, Spain
Service package for companies, substantially reducing cost of workplace adaption
MiCase is a service that recommends and implements cost-effective workplace adjustments, such as training, ergonomic provisions, or assistive technology solutions, all of which can be provided by Microlink. In 2020, Microlink had 36 private and public clients for MiCase in the UK, US, and South Africa.
Microlink PC Ltd, MiCase Workplace Adjustments Case Management, United Kingdom
The Sign Language Avatar Project
SiMAX is a semi-automatic system designed to translate text into sign language by combining technology from animation pictures, the gaming industry, and computer-aided translation services. As a fully automatic translation is not possible, the translation process is managed by a professional, deaf person.
signtime GmbH, Austria
Workplace adaptations for the blind as a business service
VIDEBIS is a supplier of visual aids. If a customer is visually impaired an assessment of the visual impairment is carried out, and the best solution in terms of hardware, software, and training is determined. Between 2016 and 2019 more than 1,000 workstations were equipped.
VIDEBIS GmbH, Workplace Adaptation, Austria
An e-learning platform for audio and video learning materials
The school portal "Milance" has created an e-learning platform, poviding basic information on various topics free of charge. In 2016, these were language skills, mathematics and science in various audio and video formats. In order to reach children outside school, seminars for representatives of disabled people were organised.
School for Elementary and Secondary Education - Milan Petrovic, Serbia
Multi-stakeholder groups developing accessibility solutions in museums
ARCHES is an EU-funded project that brings together partners from the fields of culture, technology, and academia, as well as people with disabilities. The programme develops, tests, and implements solutions to improve access to culture. Innovations include tactile art and an app to aid museum navigation.
KHM - Museum of Art History Vienna, ARCHES, Austria
Eye and head-controlled digital musical instrument
The EyeHarp Association, started in 2011 in Barcelona under the auspices of Pompeu Fabra University, has developed Eyeharp, a digital musical instrument controlled by eye and head movements. Musicians can play melodies by looking at the notes on the screen. EyeHarp has a ‘freemium’ business model, with a free basic version.
EyeHarp, EyeHarp, Spain
The online route-planning tool wege-finden.at allows wheelchair users to plan their way through the city. Both official data and community-generated information are combined to suggest a real-time route to the user.
Due to poorly available data, there was no satisfactory system for barrier-free routing in Europe until 2012. wege-finden.at therefore was developed by involving a group of the future end users and by cooperating with strategic partners. The target group are persons with mobility impairments, especially wheelchair users
BIS Barriere Informations System, Web-based route planner, Austria
Music workshops and an orchestra for youth with disabilities
The Music Workshop’ is a project operating within Milan Petrović, a boarding school and day-care centre for youth with disabilities in Novi Sad, Serbia. Using innovative assistive technologies, participants learn to create and interpret music. In 2016 the workshops led to the creation the Good People Orchestra.
Primary and Secondary Boarding School Milan Petrovic, Novi Sad, Serbia, An accessible music programme, Serbia
Facilitating personal assistance service provision to persons with disabilities
WAG Assistenzgenossenschaft (WAG), an Austrian non-profit cooperative founded by people with disabilities, has been operating a personal assistance service model since 2002. The model allows high flexibility for the beneficiaries, and WAG acts as a legal employer for 685 assistants as of 2022.
WAG Assistenzgenossenschaft, Cooperative personal assistance model in Austria, Austria