Tourism and ICT Accessibility. EPP Hearing - 9/02/2012 László Nemes PhD. Mobile Solution for Sign Language Accessibility for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Mobile Sign Language Accessibility R&D project Co-funded by the EU (ERDF) and the Hungarian State Main objectives :
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EPP Hearing - 9/02/2012László Nemes PhD
Mobile SolutionforSign Language Accessibilityfor theDeaf and Hard of Hearing
Co-funded by theEU (ERDF)and theHungarian State
Create technologiesandinfrastructureto provideICT accessibility solutionsto thedeaf and hard of hearing
Create a sustainable accessibility serviceby defining content creation and content ingestion workflows
Target areas: tourism, culture, administrationMSL Accessibility
Hearing loss (adult onset) by country (per 100,000 inhabitants, 2002).
It provides unlimited scalability, since the service is provided on a device already used by the end user. The central infrastructure is designed to be highly scalable and easy to maintain. Scalability is unlimited both in terms of end user number and geographical coverage.
Involvement of collective intelligence. Content is developed by the active participation of stakeholders. This also ensures that the content is relevant to stakeholders.Main Innovations
Increase geographical coverageof the service.
Integration of further technologies toenhance user experience
Develop a service for persons withvisual impairment
Develop the followingservice areas:
Accessibility in tourism
Museums, exhibitions, culture
Public institutions, customer service
Education, e-learning, m-learning
HealthcareFuture goals and objectives