Feed on
Posts
Comments

Tag Archive 'MyAccessible'

Our EU project CAP4Access (MyAccessible.EU) has organized a 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 has been held in Madrid from September 23 to 25. The first CAP4Access international expert workshop was organized during this important [...]

Read Full Post »

This is the Second Part of the CAP4Access e-Newsletter No 2. 2015.
The First Part can be found here. (It needed to be splitted in two parts for technical reasons)
Finding accessible toilets made easy
People in wheelchairs and other people with mobility impairments must be able to find an accessible toilet when needed. What is more, unavailability [...]

Read Full Post »

On the occasion of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the GIScience group invites interested persons to a joint OpenStreetMap & Wheelmap Mapping Party. This event is part of the EU project CAP4ACCESS.
Have you ever considered how you can get from A to B in (not only) Heidelberg using a wheelchair? Which places [...]

Read Full Post »

On the 12th and 13th of August 2014, the Smart Simulation Group led by Dr. Mohamed Bakillah of the GIScience Research Group at Heidelberg University organized and hosted an internal workshop for the CAP4Access project partners. The aim of this workshop was to present and discuss the activities, sharing of tasks, ongoing progress and issues [...]

Read Full Post »

On 11th of September, the second experiment for the CAP4Access project for Heidelberg pilot city was performed by Smart Simulation group (led by Mohamed Bakillah) with collaboration of LIDAR research group of Heidelberg University. Bernhard Höfle, Amin Mobasheri and Evelyn Schmitz participated in this fieldwork, using RIEGL VZ-400 laser scanning device in order to collect [...]

Read Full Post »

As a task for CAP4Access project, on Monday 11th of August, members of the Smart Simulation group (Mohamed Bakillah, Amin Mobasheri and Sarah Labusga) of GIScience at Heidelberg University performed a field experiment together with people with limited mobilities.
Several GPS trackers (with different characteristics and predefined parameters for data collection) were installed on three wheelchairs and for a selected route [...]

Read Full Post »