We are providers of user-driven accessibility data

We give our users the opportunity to identify which public areas and premises are accessible and we provide this valuable information to people with disabilities.

About Us

Handiscover together with the City of Malmö and Vinnova has developed a solution to provide user-driven accessibility information for people with disabilities within the public space.
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User-driven accessibility information on public spaces for people with disabilities

Accessibility affects us

The public space affects us all in our daily lives as we move around the city. Public buildings and facilities contain services people need in the form of health care, culture, leisure, recreation etc. The design of the public space often affects us much more than we think. For people with disabilities, design is even more important. Design in regards to accessibility should cater to the various disabilities that exist in humans.

We strengthen and develop accessibility information

Our project is based on this and aims to strengthen and develop public information about accessibility in the urban space for people with disabilities by including them in the information development, i.e. user-driven development that increases trust between residents with disabilities and the public sector.

A need that is only increasing

There is an increasing proportion of people with disabilities in Sweden and in the EU. The population is getting older and chronic diseases are increasing. In Europe, there are around 135 million Europeans with a disability (source). At the same time, digital technology offers great opportunities to increase accessibility to the urban space for people with disabilities.

Co-created with accessibility experts

Handiscover

Handiscover offers innovative solutions in accessibility with a focus on individuals and businesses.

Malmö Civic Lab

Malmö Civic Lab offers technical solutions with the help of digitization processes within the City of Malmö.
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Magnus Berglund

Magnus Berglund is accessibility director at Handiscover with over 17 years of experience in the private and public sector.

Rasmus Isaksson

Rasmus Isaksson is the City of Malmö’s contact person in the Log This Place project

Meet our teem

We are a team that through our work and efforts actively reduces inequality for people with disabilities in our society. It’s fun and we feel very proud of the benefit we contribute with.
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We are a team that through our work and efforts actively reduces inequality for people with disabilities in our society. It’s fun and we feel very proud of the benefit we contribute with.

We reduce inequality

Our work results in us including people with various disabilities in society and thus reducing inequality, which is one of the UN’s 17 global goals. We connect people with different disabilities with accessible environments. At the same time, we hope this accelerates the adaptation of inaccessible environments.

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