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Adaptive Technology Programs Turn to Robotics and IoT to Help People Who Have Disabilities

Adaptive Technology Programs Turn to Robotics and IoT to Help People Who Have Disabilities

Smart technologies, such as robotic telepresence and the Internet of Things (IoT), are capturing the attention of adaptive technology programs in state and local governments, as well as educational institutions, according to experts. IoT and robotic telepresence are among the latest adaptive technology (AT) efforts states are deploying, as they seek to deliver on the 30-year-old Technology-Related Assistance Act of…

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Building the right culture for successful smart cities

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Changing organizational culture is recognized as an essential element of a successful smart city, but it is much easier said than done. A panel of smart city experts share their insights

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Access and inclusion in the built environment: policy and guidance

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  Access and inclusion in the built environment: policy and guidance – as exemplified by London approach. The need to address inclusive design from concept stage onwards is embedded in the planning process within London far more so than many other parts of the country. The key areas for consideration for designers are: The London Plan. The Equality Act 2010. The Building Regulations. The Principles of Inclusive Design. The…

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AT&T Studies & White Papers Archives-Diversity & Inclusion

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Diversity & Inclusion Reports When you read through this Diversity & Inclusion Annual Report, it is clear why AT&T is consistently listed as a top company for diversity. Our incredible accomplishments show just how much our employees live and breathe our commitment to a … licy Forum

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