At a recent work meeting in Vienna, we had the chance to meet up with Anita Graser, a core member of the PERRON project team. Anita works for the Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) based in Vienna, where she focuses on GIS analysis and data visualisation. In her free time, she runs a blog about Free and Open Source GIS. Anita is also the author of three textbooks on QGIS. Continue reading MyAccessible.EU meets PERRON
CAP4Access (MyAccessible.EU) invites you to our first international expert workshop during the 5th International Congress on Tourism for All in Madrid on 23 September, 2015
The 5th International Congress on Tourism for All will be held in Madrid from September 23 to 25. The first CAP4Access international expert workshop will be held during this important event for the accessibility community in Europa and beyond. The workshop aims to present the key achievements of the project and to discuss them with representatives of the stakeholder groups that are of major importance to CAP4Access. The workshop seeks, in particular, to contribute to an exchange and deeper understanding between two major groups of stakeholders: technology developers and providers of data infrastructure (including the OSM community) on the one hand and end-users of information on accessibility of the built environment, such as wheelchair users and other people with limited mobility on the other hand. The first session of the workshop (23/09/2015, 17:00-19:00) is open to all who are interested, while the second day’s session is reserved for discussion between the project team and the advisory board of experts. You can find the workshop agenda here.
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Photo credit: “Vista de Madrid desde Torre Espacio 01” by Guzmán Lozano – Flickr. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons –
The members of the MyAccessible.EU partner organizations met for three days in the beautiful city of Elche, Spain, for a project coordination meeting. When working with partners in four countries, six cities and in three languages it is important for the team members to get together offline every once in a while to really get to the bottom of things. Each partner organization had the opportunity to report on their activities of the last months and to brainstorm about their plans for the coming months. Continue reading MyAccessible.EU in Elche, Spain
Last week, MyAccessible.EU’s Austrian partner, ZSI, joined the yearly IKT Forum (http://www.iktforum.at/) in Linz, a 1.5 hours trip by train from Vienna. The topic of this year’s symposium was “ICTs For People With Disabilities”, a topic well suited for MyAccessible.EU. We had the opporunity to present MyAccessible.EU to the attendees, and to hear about and connect with other projects and initiatives in Austria and Germany. Continue reading ICT Symposium in Linz
On July 1 and 2, 2014 MyAccessible.EU will take part in CAPS2014, the first international event on collective awareness platforms for sustainability and social innovation (CAPS). This event, organized under the auspices of the European Commission in Brussels, is open to anyone – whether they are already involved in a CAPS project or whether they are newcomers, interested in knowing more about the possibilities provided by these platforms. Continue reading Join CAPS2014 in Brussels