Traveling is an experience that broadens horizons and breaks down boundaries, but the state of places does not always match the specific needs of all travelers. Often open doors to knowledge turn into obstacles. We are working to make it easier to find the right trip to share with those you love.
Technology alone, even the most advanced, is not enough to make accessibility information available to users. Involving Sociology and Engineering Management students seemed to us the best way to try to identify a model suitable for "getting basic information in order" and available to travelers. They devote their educational internship to studying methods to improve the reliability and usefulness of our tools.
We are developing an app that through AR will show information about points of interest and useful data about accessibility. We want to collaborate with real users: if you are an association or private individual dealing with accessibility, do not hesitate to contact us.Become a tester
Some trainees feel so close to the topic that they then want to go deeper with a thesis path. In return we offer them all the basic skills that can be reused in their digital career path, creating a virtuous exchange of skills.
Movery is developing an algorithm based on Artificial Intelligence capabilities that proposes customized travel itineraries to users based on specific interests and needs. The algorithm self-learns from users' choices and filters the best results for them.
In the meantime, if you run a place of recreation or culture you can begin to turn your attention to these supports and facilities that make places more accessible to all and submit to the accessibility level survey questionnaires.
Supports for people with motor disabilities
Aids for families
Hospitality toward animals
Parking lots near the facilities
Supports for the sensory disabled