Applications for all


Applications for all

The last two years were fascinating as far as improving accessibility is concerned. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated processes and forced all of us to use advanced technological tools. We got used to working, studying, shopping, and receiving health and government services through websites, apps and video calls.

In the new era of fast-developing technology, we will all soon live in smart homes and speak to the television, the lights, the blinds and the kitchen appliances. We will live in smart cities which will help us locate handicapped parking, while blind people will be able to navigate the streets without the help of guide dogs. Businesses will be virtual, and it will be possible to pay without going to the cashier. Deaf people will receive assistance in sign language or transcription. All government services will be accessible through the Internet in a simple way, even for people who are not tech-savvy.

This is an historical opportunity to create an accessible future that is much more convenient for everyone, and especially for people with disabilities.



Abilisense has developed a new breed of AI sound recognition technology, that analyzes ‘big data’ generated by IoT devices in order to hear, identify and even predict both day-to-day occurrences as well as life-threatening situations.

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Synestix connect Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) people to the hearing world. Synestix believes that they converting the auditory surroundings into visual information.

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Sign Now

Sign Now is an international social startup for on-demand sign language interpretation services.

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Right-Hear is turning public spaces into accessible environments for the blind and visually impaired.

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The next 3 apps are part of HackAutism-
A socio-technological enterprise of innovative solutions for people on the autistic spectrum and their families

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Parents and caregivers don't understand the reason for the challenging behavior of children with ASD. YALMO is a digital platform that helps parents and caregiver share information about everything that happens to their child.

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Myti is a personal voice assistant, helping users to successfully complete multi-step tasks, thus reducing dependence on caregivers and promoting self-reliance.


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A digital platform designed for autistic care providers and professionals. BPAUS includes a comprehensive suite of digital tools that enable the creation, tracking, and documentation of treatment processes in kindergartens, schools, and private institutions.

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