If you participate in our Stockholm Summit on Service Innovation in Cities you will have an opportunity to experience e-Adept, a groundbreaking accessibility solution at the cocktail reception taking place at the offices of Astando on May 11th in central Stockholm. E-Adept is a navigation, mobility and accessibility solution developed in partnership with the City of Stockholm. It enables visually impaired persons to navigate the city unattended – including public transport – through real-time urban data and digital map integration.
After several years of user-centric development working closely with visually impaired citizens, a group of users is now piloting e-Adept for 5 weeks as a full-life experience. You will be available to learn first-hand about the radical impact to their daily lives, provide detailed experience accounts.
Further, you will be able to try out the solution as well as meet project leaders from Astando and the City of Stockholm.
- 161 million people globally would see their lives transformed by e-Adept
- 30,000 citizens of Barcelona or 380,000 citizens in New York are severely visually impaired
- E-Adept costs Stockholm only EUR 360,000 per year to maintain and creates EUR 17 million in value for the city
- Also by Astando is Billy Bike, winner of the Future of Biking call by the City of Copenhagen in 2010