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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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tourism and ict accessibility

Tourism and ICT Accessibility

EPP Hearing -  9/02/2012László Nemes PhD

Mobile SolutionforSign Language Accessibilityfor theDeaf and Hard of Hearing

msl accessibility
Mobile Sign Language AccessibilityR&D project

Co-funded by theEU (ERDF)and theHungarian State

Main objectives:

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, administration

MSL Accessibility
stakeholders
Prelingual deafare people who lost their hearing before they learnt to speak (or born that way). Because of their inability to connect written words to spoken ones, most of them will have a hard time reading text.Sign languageis not only their primary way of communication, but also theirnative languageand determining factor ofcultural identity.Stakeholders

Hearing loss (adult onset) by country (per 100,000 inhabitants, 2002).

Source: wikipedia.org

msl project results

Service

Infrastructure

TEXT2SL engine

JEL-M Mobile App

JEL-M Web Site

JELM Content Management

MSL Project Results
jel m mobile application
JEL-M Mobile Application

Parliament

Budapest

indoors
Indoors

Musée

d’Orsay

main innovations
The program realizes accessibility solution as a cloud service. This means that basically no physical infrastructure needs to be built in the locations where the service is used.

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
f uture goals and objectives
Reach critical massof primary and secondary stakeholders (about 20% of potential stakeholders)

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

Public transport

Museums, exhibitions, culture

Public institutions, customer service

Education, e-learning, m-learning

Entertainment, fun

Healthcare

Future goals and objectives