A document or application is considered accessible if meets certain technical criteria and can be used by people with disabilities. This includes access by people who are mobility impaired, blind, low vision, deaf, hard of hearing, or who have cognitive impairments. Accessibility features in Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader and in the Portable Document Format (PDF) make it easier for people with disabilities to use PDF documents and forms, with and without the aid of assistive technology software and devices such as screen readers, screen magnifiers, text-to-speech software, speech recognition software, alternative input devices, Braille embossers, and refreshable Braille displays.

Access for all (Zugang für alle)

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Since 2004, the Equalization of Persons with Disabilities Act has been in force, which calls, inter alia, that the Internet offers of the Swiss community are barrier-free accessible for people with disabilities. As in the years 2004 and 2007, the "Access for all" Foundation is launching the Swiss Accessibility Study. It is examined whether and how accessibility has improved for people with disabilities and where there is still need to catch up.

Source: Corporate website

Mediavoice

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La misión Mediavoice es concebir y desarrollar soluciones de tecnología de voz innovadora, para permitir que todas las personas tengan acceso a la información y servicios digitales de la manera más natural: por voz.

Por lo tanto, el objetivo de la empresa es revolucionar la interfaz hombre-máquina, y la transformación de la tecnología de complicada barrera en habilitador de acceso.

PDF accessibility tools

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A document or application is considered accessible if meets certain technical criteria and can be used by people with disabilities. This includes access by people who are mobility impaired, blind, low vision, deaf, hard of hearing, or who have cognitive impairments.