Karde AS is a small medium enterprise (SME) offering R&D services within innovation and project management. Karde develops assistive technologies for people with dementia and intellectual disability, with strong focus on cognitive usability and accessibility.
Middlesex University is a well established and thriving British university based in London with other campuses in Malta, Dubai and Mauritius and teaches a total of 41,000 students.
Fraunhofer IGD is part of the Fraunhofer Society – Europe’s largest application oriented research organization. Our institute is the world’s leading institute for applied research in Visual Computing. Visual Computing is image and model based information technology.
BIS – Berlin Institute for Social Research was founded 1983 as a non-profit association. In 1995 it became a registered society. BIS is doing research in many research fields of the social sciences.
Funka Nu started as a project within the disability movement. Today, Funka Nu hold pole position within the field of accessibility with over 80 percent of Sweden’s government authorities as customers.
Tellu AS is a software company delivering both consultancy services and products within personnel security and asset tracking.
Norwegian Network for Down Syndrome (NNDS) is a nationwide organisation working for and with people with Down syndrome in Norway.
Down’s Syndrome Association – UK (DSA) was formed in 1970 and has grown from being a local parent support group to a highly regarded national charity, with a membership of over 20,000, focusing upon all aspects of living successfully with Down’s syndrome.
Association Down-Syndrome – Germany was founded in 1977 by parents of children with Down-syndrome. It is a non-profit organization with more than 2000 members collaborating closely with the German foundation for people with Down-syndrome.