For many our world is a labyrinth. We think as a minimum they deserve a map. The plan is to make
physical accessibility transparent globally.
While full accessibility is not always possible, showing the working alternatives can effectively help people with reduced mobility live a full, happy and productive life.
People with reduced mobility represent more than 40% of the population. 2% of the population needs a wheelchair and their number is doubling every decade.
The technology is available to provide an instant, cost-efficient, customized solution.
Volunteers, local businesses, property managers, enterprises and cities join forces to create a global accessibility map as they have recognized that it is good for society, good for business, and people with reduced mobility deserve it.