Deutsche Bahn is buying 43 additional trains of the new ICE 3neo type from Siemens for around €1.5 billion euros.
When we accept all humans are different, we spend less time trying to make them ‘fit in’, and design instead for our uniqueness.
Interview with Jenny McLaughlin Lead for Heathrow Airport Disability Network Jenny McLaughlin has worked within the airport industry for over 19 years. This began at East Midlands Airport as an Environment and Safeguarding Officer achieving ISO14001. The last 14 years… Read More ›
COVID-19 Speeds Up Change Process In Digital Workplace
It is generally assumed that the coronavirus and COVID-19 have, and will continue to drastically change the digital workplace. However, this change was already under way, so what is COVID’s real impact and how much of it will persist once… Read More ›
Nobi smart lamp provides help when older people fall
Nobi monitors older adults and provides communication between the resident and family members or caregivers. This really provides peace of mind.” First and foremost, Nobi focuses on fall prevention with smart lighting and risk prevention
AI gives you a chance to prevent Alzheimer’s Dementia
ALL DIGITAL, Jan,08, 2021/ AI brain mapping with EEG discovered Alzheimer’s brainwave and could detect preclinical Alzheimer’s dementia(AD). This has been enabled by an innovative AI technology of iMediSync in brain mapping. iMediSync, a biotech startup launched EEG digital biomarker… Read More ›
Facebook Introduces Accessibility VR Checks For Inclusivity On Quest And Rift
Facebook today introduced new Accessibility VR Checks in a move to help bring content to a wider range of people. The company already used what it calls VR Checks, or VRCs, as a means of enforcing certain technical requirements on… Read More ›
Google Assistant now more accessible for people with disabilities
For International Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Awareness Month, Google has brought Assistant to US company Tobii Dynavox’s applications and services. New Delhi: Google has brought new updates to its Assistant that will help people with disabilities gain more independence… Read More ›
Global organisation commitments to Diversity and Inclusion.
Atos Diversity & Inclusion Network Panel Webinar Caroline Casey, Founder of The Valuable 500 interviewed by Neil Miliken, Global Head of Accessibility Atos
Graphic designers, like grotesque typefaces, but they are not great for accessibility.
“I think designers graphic designers, really like grotesque typefaces. They have a modern flavour, and that’s probably borne out of the corporate identities, and science fiction films and road signage and things people see in the world and feel like… Read More ›
Disability, Work and Coronavirus: What Happens Now?
The Coronavirus Outbreak live Latest Updates Maps and Cases Vaccine Tracker Measures to Boost Vaccine Rates Economy The pandemic has made work and social life more accessible for many. People with disabilities are wondering whether virtual accommodations will last.