The INDIMO Digital Mobility Toolbox is not just a concept anymore. The tools have been helping developers and operators across the five INDIMO pilots to redesign their apps and services in an inclusive and accessible manner. This way, it will be easier to order healthy food, not only in Madrid, but across Europe through the food delivery app developed by Coopcycle. Ridesharing users can benefit from the safety button in ridesharing apps to ask for help if needed during a ride. Women in Galilee, in Israel will be able to be more mobile thanks to the informal ridesharing app and service, and older people and persons with limited digital skills can use the smart delivery box to receive and send parcels in Monghidoro, Italy. People with visual impairments in Antwerp have helped to design an inclusive smartphone app that helps them cross the road at traffic lights.
This issue of the INDIMO newsletter shows examples of the practical applications of Universal Design Manual, the Universal Interface Language and the Cybersecurity and privacy guidelines and demonstrates how INDIMO can improve real-life digital mobility services. And of course, you can follow the latest updates on project news, events, and more!
Imre Keseru - INDIMO Project Coordinator