The AEGIS project seeks to determine whether 3rd generation access techniques will provide a more accessible, more exploitable and deeply embeddable approach in mainstream ICT
APSIS4all is the new generation of accessible, usable and personalised Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) and Ticket Vending Machines (TVMs) in Europe.
Assistive Technologies and Inclusive Solutions for All. European Thematic Network on Assistive Technologies andInclusive Solutions for All
AsTeRICS is a free and Open-Source construction set for assistive technologies (AT). It allows the creation of flexible solutions for people with disabilities using a large set of sensors and actuators.
Cloud4All aims to develop a complete new paradigm in accessibility, with automatic-personalisation of any mainstream product or service a user encounters, using cloud technologies.
The future Portal resulting from the joint work of two Networks
Floe is enabling inclusive access to personally relevant, engaging learning opportunities for the full diversity of learners and content producers.
User Interface Options (also known as Learner Options) allows users to personalize interfaces and content to meet individual needs and preferences.
The GPII will combine cloud computing, web, and platform services to make access simpler, more inclusive, available everywhere, and more affordable.
The MyUI European research project aims at increasing and mainstreaming the accessibility of every-day ICT products.
SOCIABLE introduces a radically new approach for ICT assisted cognitive training and social activation for a wide range of senior citizens.