Israeli Startup To Make World Cup Accessible To Deaf Community
Israeli startup Sign Now is working to make the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar accessible to the deaf community.
July 24, 2022
Paralympic Swimmer To Rep RightHear, An Israeli Accessibility App For The Visually Impaired
Australian Paralympian Matthew Levy will help raise awareness for RightHear's audible wayfinding technology, and advocate for the visually impaired community.
July 29, 2021
Israeli AI Web Accessibility Startup AccessiBe Closes $28M Series A Round
AccessiBe automates the process by which companies and website owners make their content accessible to users with impairments.
February 14, 2021
Canadian Mission In Israel To Tap Into Innovative Israeli Models Of Accessibility
The delegation includes leaders and representatives from disability-serving organizations across Canada.
February 12, 2019
Israel’s Project RAY Creates Advanced Smartphone And Apps For The Blind
High-tech often works best when it's helping people with disabilities to enjoy the things other people take for granted. One example is Israeli Project RAY, whose smartphone for the blind now also has a bunch of specialized apps.
March 26, 2014