Our mission is to support NGI funded projects to make their new media solutions accessible for everyone. So if you are working on a Next Generation Internet (NGI.eu) funded project, we invite you to produce a safe, secure, open and accessible end product.
A product that people can trust and everyone can use, including people with a (visual, auditory, motor or other) disability. This is important now that our NGI journey goes beyond the web and mobile applications, to include a flood of connected devices on the outside and inside of our bodies, vehicles, buildings and infrastructure.
The EU facilitates us, so we do not charge anything for our help. However, we would appreciate to hear back from you about what worked and what did not work. And, it would be great if our students could maybe help you in the form of a semester study assignment, internship or if you could present your product and experiences to our team and network. Also if you learn about any new accessibility solutions, we would love to hear about it.
Professor Inclusive Digital Design & Engineering
Project Lead / Lecturer Media Design
Lead Testteam / Researcher / Tester
Developer / Researcher / Tester
Lead Communications / Lecturer Media Design / Tester
Lecturer Media Design / Researcher / Designer
Lecturer IT Security / Researcher / Tester
Maurits van Scherrenburg
IT Student / Tester
Lecturer Media Design
is Ready to Help!
If you need support to make your product accessible for persons with disabilities, HAN University of Applied Sciences is facilitated by the EU to provide you with, free of charge, accessibility support. HAN University of Applied Sciences has researchers, domain experts and more than 30 thousand students that may be interested to support you with your project.
The HAN activities for NGI0 PET and NGI0 Discovery are part of the special professorship Inclusive Digital Design & Engineering Research Group initiated by HAN University of Applied Sciences, Bartiméus Fonds and Bartiméus.
NGI0 PET and NGI0 Discovery are made possible with financial support from the European Commission‘s Next Generation Internet programme, under the aegis of DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology.