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Online Seminar on Emerging AT for Cognition

“Many of these innovations will be adapted for use in a wider array of consumer products in the coming years. This means increased commercialization of assistive tech applications for a wider consumer base.” On 23 April, AAATE together with WIPO held an online seminar focused on the challenges associated to cognitive disabilities and the way […]


AT Service Resilience Survey

Building stronger services for the future AAATE wish to understand how AT services have responded to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and associated crisis. This experience will be used to identify approaches for future planning of services to ensure that continuity and quality of service is maintained despite any future stress on service delivery […]


Third AAATE/WIPO seminar on Emerging Technologies 30/04/2021: AT for Self-Care

The Association for the Advancements of Assistive Technology in Europe (AAATE) and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), with the support of the Global Alliance of Assistive Technology Organizations (GAATO), invite users and professionals, as well as researchers, innovators and developers around the world to explore how emerging technologies are shaping the landscape of the […]


Future of Transport: Addressing the Barriers through Innovative Solutions with the TRIPS Project – Part II

Online seminar on occasion of the Global Accessibility Awareness Day, #GAAD2120 May 2021organized by AAATE, supported by the TRIPS consortium TRIPS is a 3-year European project that proposes to a co-design approach that allows people, disabled by inaccessible environments, to take the leading role in designing accessible and useable transport systems. By focusing on the […]


ENTELIS+ and the #RightToConnectNow Campaign

Digital skills are crucial to fully participate in today’s life – that was already true before the global pandemic hit and is even more true going forward. While at least in developing countries the accessibility and affordability of ICT devices and online services has markedly improved, we are still lagging behind in providing the necessary […]


Online Seminar on Emerging AT for Communication

“We are facing some exhilarating and interestingly challenging times ahead of us in the field of assistive technology”, is one of the conclusions David Banes, CEO of Access & Inclusion, drew from WIPO’s recent report on “Technology Trends 2021: Assistive technology”. A report that WIPO and AAATE are presenting in detail over a three-part online […]


Future of Transport: Addressing the Barriers through Innovative Solutions with the TRIPS Project – Part I

Online seminar on occasion of the European Independent Living Day5 May 2021organized by ENIL, supported by AAATE and the TRIPS consortium ENIL and AAATE are part of a 3-year European project called TRIPS, which aims at making the public transport in seven European cities – Bologna, Brussels, Cagliari, Lisbon, Sofia, Stockholm, and Zagreb – more […]


2nd AAATE online Aperitivo – new vision, new mission and updates from AAATE members in Denmark, Austria, the US, Lithuania and Croatia

AAATE introduced the new online Aperitivo format to create a platform for our members to stay in touch, exchange news, get updates from the associations and find opportunities for collaborating and working together. In this 2nd edition held on 25 February, our president Katerina Mavrou shared AAATE’s new vision and mission statement, which completed by […]


AT Service Resilience Survey – Building stronger services for the future

AAATE wish to understand how AT services have responded to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and associated crisis. This experience will be used to identify approaches for future planning of services to ensure that continuity and quality of service is maintained despite any future stress on service delivery systems in the future. Understanding the […]


Online Seminar Series on Emerging Assistive Technology

The Association for the Advancements of Assistive Technology in Europe (AAATE) and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), with the support of the Global Alliance of Assistive Technology Organizations (GAATO), invite users and professionals, as well as researchers, innovators and developers around the world to explore how emerging technologies are shaping the landscape of the […]