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  • G3ict.org - Event overview
    conference showcasing the latest digital health innovations from the point of view of the industry s most brilliant thinkers and doers Exploring the most pressing and sometimes controversial questions that face the industry today the Summer Summit provides a unique forum for industry veterans to share their hard learned lessons and insider tips on this multifaceted fast growing market Attendees come to learn and be inspired network and cross pollinate

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    of the Republic of Korea to the United Nations Leonard Cheshire Disability the Center for Financial Inclusion at ACCION Barclays Bank Background For over 1 billion persons living with some forms of disability their full potential has not always been realized due to existing barriers This is often the case in terms of access to financial services and products making it excessively difficult for persons with disabilities to start or build businesses develop pension plans and take out loans These barriers need to be addressed in financial inclusion programmes so to ensure that persons with disabilities have the opportunity to unlock their productive potential making gains for themselves for their families and indeed for their broader communities Making financial services fully accessible to persons with disabilities is thus an imperative for their empowerment and realization of their human rights At the same time without the financial inclusion of 15 of the world population it will be impossible to tackle the greatest global challenge facing the world today eradicating poverty The Round Table Discussion seeks to bring together stakeholders from governments civil society and the private sector to 1 To take a stock of progress made so far in including disability

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    10 12 2014 Venue UN Headquarters Background The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities was adopted by the General Assembly by its resolution 61 106 of 13 December 2006 It came into force on 3 May 2008 upon the 20th ratification Article 40 of the Convention stipulates that The States Parties shall meet regularly in a Conference of States Parties in order to consider any matter with regard

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    designed to review the progress made in the implementation of the WSIS outcomes under the mandates of participating agencies and to take stock of achievements in the last 10 years based on reports of WSIS Stakeholders including those submitted by countries Action Line Facilitators and other stakeholders The event will review the WSIS Outcomes 2003 and 2005 related to the WSIS Action Lines with the view of developing proposals on

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    to join families self advocates disability rights activists and professionals on 10 13 June 2014 in Nairobi Kenya for Inclusion International s 16th World Congress and contribute to the dialogue on building A Better World for ALL A Better World for ALL invites families people with intellectual disabilities and our partners and allies to be part of a dialogue about ensuring that people with intellectual disabilities and their families are

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    Overview Proceedings Agenda Le Web 2014 Le Web 2014 London United Kingdom June 9 10 2014 LeWeb is the most talked about international conference for start ups and all web entrepreneurs looking to kick start and accelerate their business reach global media or discover the next great idea Gain valuable networking during 3 days with the most sought after leaders venture capitalists and visionary speakers of the web ecosystem For

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  • G3ict.org - Event Summary
    allow participants to network and meet in the conveniently located showcase area outside the conference meeting rooms 3 30 p m 5 00 p m Parallel Sessions Studio B Towards Universal Access Accessibility Features in Apple s iPhone iPad and iPod Touch Devices For more than 25 years Apple has provided new and innovative solutions for people with disabilities allowing them to access and enjoy using the Mac iPhone iPad and other Apple technology Apple includes groundbreaking assistive technology in its products as standard features at no additional cost This session will explore the many ways Apple has implemented accessibility features into iPhone iPad and iPod touch devices including new features such as Switch Control and Made for iPhone Hearing Aids Speaker Sarah Herrlinger Sr Product Manager Apple Inc Studio D Market Movers Easy Apps and Services for Seniors Some of the best known brands in the world as well as innovative start ups are leading digital marketing in the mobile senior market place This session will review examples of the successful implementation of new features on existing services as well brand new apps and services specifically designed for the mobile senior market place Those reviews will include the best social media productivity apps e commerce entertainment search engines or communication solutions which are specifically addressing the needs of seniors around the world Session Chair Amy VanDeVelde National Connections Program Manager The OASIS Institute Panelists Robin Raskin Founder Living in Digital Times Presentation François René Germain Chief Accessibility Officer Orange Group Presentation Jennifer Crutchfield Corporate Social Responsibility Sprint Kevon Kothari Director Corporate Development Intel GE Care Innovations LLC Laura Mitchell VP of Business Development GrandCare Systems Studio E By passing the Security Hurdle Biometrics and Bio recognition Security processes can be a daunting barrier to accessing secured digital contents and services for persons with disabilities seniors or persons with reading difficulties The latest generation of mobile handsets and operating systems is breaking this barrier by offering various biometric and bio recognition solutions This session will look at the technologies and applications available in the market place today discuss their future evolution and will also explore how secure mobile devices may leverage Near Field Communications NFC allowing persons with disabilities to interact in a secure manner with electronic kiosks payment terminals and other types of digitally controlled devices Session Chair Christian Christiansen VP Security Products Services International Data Corporation IDC Panelists Puthukode Ram Ramachandran Program Director of Advanced Technologies IBM Human Ability and Accessibility Center Presentation Ricardo Garcia International Business Development ONCE and ONCE Foundation Business Group Presentation Steve Tyler Head Innovation and Development Royal National Institute of Blind People RNIB Dan Poder Director MorphoTrust USA Presentation Studio F Beyond Devices Leveraging Societal Technologies for an Interconnected User Environment The exponential growth of the number of applications available to seniors and persons with disabilities and the considerably enhanced accessibility features of mobile devices present the risk of limiting the development of solutions with a sole focus on the end user device This session will explore how in an interconnected society with an ever growing adoption of e government e commerce e education teleworking and social media large organizations serving a number of constituents must re think their approach to promoting end to end accessible and useful solutions for seniors and users of all abilities not just individual apps working in isolation Session Chair Andrew AJ Johnson Managing VP Gartner Research The Gartner Group Presentation Panelists Tom Wlodkowski Vice President Accessibility Comcast Cable Frances West World Wide Director IBM Human Ability and Accessibility Center Jim Tobias President Inclusive Technologies Norman B Robinson Office of Accessible Systems Technology U S Department of Homeland Security Salon 2 Mobile Innovation and App Forum Blind and Low Vision This session will cover the fast expanding sector of mobile apps available to users with visual impairments After a kick off presentation assessing the main advances of mobile apps and services for persons with visual impairments the session will review innovative solutions in a panel format The session will then open the floor to audience participants for the sharing of innovative apps if any in a smackdown format presenting as much as they can in 3 minutes each Q A will follow Session Chair Anne Taylor Director of Access Technology Jernigan Institute National Federation of the Blind NFB Panelists Kari Pitkäranta Nokia Boaz Zilberman CEO Project RAY Joel Snyder Ph D President Audio Description Associates LLC Thibault Péant CCO Telorion Presentation Robin Spinks Principal Manager Digital Accessibility Royal National Institute of Blind People RNIB Stephen J McCormack Ph D Chairman and CEO Visus Technology Inc Presentation Salon 3 Copyrights and Third Party Captioning Challenges and Solutions The proliferation of inaccessible video contents of the Internet and the many opportunities to leverage mobile platforms to accommodate persons who are deaf or with hearing loss creates the need for third party captioning via automated or human processes including via crowd sourced solutions However while using those solutions individuals or organizations can unwillingly infringe on the copyrights of the owners of audio visual contents This conflict between disability and copyright laws is particularly problematic for organizations which have an obligation to provide accommodation for their students workers customers or users of public services After conducting an in depth research on this topic with legal experts industry and disability advocates G3ict publicly released last Spring a report to engage in a global dialogue on solutions that could be adopted in the U S and internationally to solve those issues This session will review the current exponential success of third party captioning solutions and the unresolved legal issues faced by institutional users when using those to provide accommodation to students workers or the general public G3ict report available for free download Session Chair Blake E Reid Assistant Clinical Professor Samuelson Glushko Technology Law Policy Clinic Colorado Law Panelists Andrew S Phillips Esq Policy Counsel The Law Advocacy Center National Association of the Deaf NAD Michele Woods Director Copyright Law Division Culture and Creative Industries Sector World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO Dean Jansen Executive Director Amara org Gregory Hlibok Chief Disability Rights Office Federal Communications Commission FCC 5 15 p m 6 00 p m Grand Ballroom FCC Chairman s Awards for Advancement in Accessibility FCC Photo Album In its third edition the Chairman s Awards for Advancement in Accessibility Chairman s AAA part of the FCC s Accessibility and Innovation Initiative A I Initiative honor outstanding private and public sector ventures that advance accessibility for persons with disabilities Ventures include mainstream or assistive technologies introduced into the marketplace development of standards and implementation of best practices that foster accessibility Winners and honorable mentions will receive their awards from FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler After the ceremony winners will have the opportunity to share their innovations during a winner mixer with all Summit attendees Keynote Speaker Tom Wheeler Chairman Federal Communications Commission FCC 6 00 p m Greetings by Cocktail Host Preety Kumar CEO Founder Deque Systems Inc 6 00 p m 7 30 p m Cocktail Party and Networking in the Showcase Area Hosted by Deque Systems Inc The Summit s Cocktail Reception will allow participants to network and meet in a conveniently located showcase area with the opportunity weather permitting to enjoy the terraces of the conference center with vistas of the Capital Day 2 Tuesday June 10 2014 07 45 AM 04 30 PM Day 2 of M Enabling Summit 2014 8 00 a m 8 30 a m Coffee and Refreshments in Showcase Area Hosted by AMAC Accessibilty Services Master of Ceremonies Ron Akins Senior Vice President E J Krause Associates 8 30 a m 8 50 a m Grand Ballroom Keynote Speaker The Honorable Tom Harkin U S Senator Chair of the Senate Health Education Labor and Pensions HELP Committee Introduction John D Kemp President and CEO The Viscardi Center G3ict Chair Advocacy Committee 9 00 a m 10 30 a m Parallel Sessions Studio B Development Strategies for Accessible Mobile Apps Development strategies for accessible mobile apps can be best implemented by integrating accessibility criteria at an early stage of a project This session will review the tools guidelines checklists and methods available to developers and organizations to ensure that their mobile applications are accessible to users with disabilities Session Chair Andrew Kirkpatrick Group Product Manager Accessibility Adobe Systems Panelists Justin Eddings User Experience Designer Sprint Presentation Susanna Laurin CEO Funka Nu AB Presentation Dr Monique Mai Director Communication Remote Sales and Public Affairs Accessibility Department Orange Group Presentation Henny Swan Senior Accessibility Specialist iPlayer and mobile BBC Technology via video conference Jonathan Avila Chief Accessibility Officer SSB BART Group Presentation Katie Haritos Shea Sr Accessibility SME Standards QA Architect JP Morgan Chase Presentation Studio D Mobile Solutions in Rehabilitation and AT Services The June 2013 M Enabling Summit revealed the gap between the pent up demand for support for mobile assistive technologies and the resources of rehabilitation and assistive technology centers in matters of mobile technology This session will present case studies of rehabilitation and assistive technology centers delivering mobile solutions among persons with disabilities The panel will discuss possible avenues to further promote the use of mobile assistive solutions in the context of AT and rehabilitation services and the role that new public private partnerships could play Session Chair Michael Brogioli Executive Director RESNA Panelists Julie Gassaway Senior Clinical Research Scientist Virginia C Crawford Research Institute Shepherd Center Presentation Amy Goldman Co Executive Director of the Institute on Disabilities Temple University UCEDD Presentation Tony Gentry Ph D Associate Professor Department of Occupational Therapy Director Assistive Technology for Cognition Laboratory Virginia Commonwealth University Presentation Gregg Vanderheiden Ph D Founder Raising the Floor GPII Ph D Director Trace R D Center University of Wisconsin Madison Studio E Integrating Accessible Mobile Solutions in the Workplace Challenges and Opportunities for CIOs BYOD Bring your Own Device strategies are gaining wide acceptance around the world For persons with disabilities who can rely on user interfaces with embedded accessibility features which they are familiar with as well as for their employers BYOD can present great benefits In many instances the mobile versions of applications are in fact more accessible than their desktop versions Similarly important cloud based services used daily by many employees are readily accessible on mobile platforms The recent evolution of desktop operating systems also shows that the frontier between mobile and desktop interfaces is disappearing This session will look at how CIOs can best integrate accessible mobile platforms in the workplace to enhance the inclusion and productivity of employees with disabilities Session Chair Pratik Patel Founder and CEO EZFire Panelists Jim Tobias President Inclusive Technologies Ted Drake Sr Accessibility Software Engineer Intuit Presentation Gerry Ellis Feel The BenefIT Fellow of The Irish Computer Society ITU Simon Cooper IBM CIO Global Workforce Web Processes Enablement GWWPE Lourdes Arreola Founder Linkenium Studio F Consumer Wireless Accessibility Workshop Discover the Accessibility Features of Smartphones Presentation The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center for Wireless Technologies Wireless RERC and AT T host an education workshop for consumers with vision loss highlighting the built in accessibility features available on smartphones tablets and phablets This device demonstration and showcase focuses on the accessibility features in Apple iOS 7 and Google Android 4 4 The workshop will have expert staff on hand to assist audience members with any technical or accessibility issues they may be experiencing with their own devices Salon 2 Mobile Innovation and App Forum Deaf and Hard of Hearing This session will cover the fast expanding sector of mobile apps available to users who are deaf or hard of hearing After a kick off presentation assessing the main advances of mobile apps and services for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing the session will review innovative solutions in a panel format The session will then open the floor to audience participants for the sharing of innovative apps if any in a smackdown format presenting as much as they can in 3 minutes each Q A will follow Session Chair Andrea Saks International Telecommunications Specialist for the Deaf Chairperson Joint Coordinating Activity on Accessibility and Human Factors ITU Panelists Ricardo Garcia International Business Development ONCE and ONCE Foundation Business Group Mike Ellis National Director Sprint Relay Kari Pitkäranta Nokia with Peeta Piiparinen Managing Director Jentafon John Morris Ph D Research Scientist Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center RERC Shepherd Center Olivier Jeannel CEO RogerVoice Dixie Ziegler Vice President Hamilton Relay Jesús Hernán Zambrano Ruiz Advisor to the Director National Institute of the Deaf Colombia Salon 3 Wounded Warriors Mobile Technology for Civilian Life This session is dedicated to Wounded Warriors looking for solutions to a variety of challenges upon returning to civilian life Topics of interest will cover the essential areas of assistive technologies available on mobile platforms the type of support available to Veterans to adopt those solutions and look at examples of mobile tools for work travel education and home automation leveraging Near Field Communications NFC technologies Session Chair Dinah Cohen President Dinah F Cohen Consulting LLC Panelists Matthew Staton Staff Assistant to the Secretary of the Army Program Support Specialist Wounded Warrior U S Army Mike Paciello CEO and Founder The Paciello Group Natalie Ryan Federal Relay Agency Liaison Sprint Relay Presentation Timothy Hornik President Kansas Regional Group Blinded Veterans Association Ron Drach President Drach Consulting 10 30 a m 11 00 a m Refreshment Break in Showcase Area Hosted by The Paciello Group Offered between sessions the Summit refreshment breaks will allow participants to network and meet in the conveniently located showcase area outside the conference meeting rooms 11 00 a m 12 30 p m Parallel Sessions Studio B e Publishing on Mobile Maximizing Opportunities for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities Millions of e books as well as newspapers and magazines are now readily available on mobile devices How can persons with disabilities or seniors with reading impairments benefit from these trends This panel led by the DAISY Consortium will examine how technology leading e publishing platform vendors the publishing industry and advances in copyrights law around the world can maximize opportunities for persons with disabilities for e publishing delivery on mobile platforms Several case studies from publishers will be shared by panelists Session Chair Stephen King President DAISY Consortium Panelists Michele Woods Director Copyright Law Division Culture and Creative Industries Sector World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO Rick Johnson VP of Product Management and Sales Engineering Vital Source Technologies Inc MaryLee Perkins Technology Manager Center for Independent Living of Middle Tennessee Kathleen Wahlbin Senior Accessibility Specialist Global Accessibility Solutions Team Pearson Glinda Hill Education Program Specialist OSERS Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services U S Department of Education Studio D Enabling Better Emergency Services for Persons with Disabilities Emergency communications today can leverage multiple technology enablers embedded in mobile phones to provide more informed accurate and faster response to calls by seniors or persons with disabilities at risk This session will review solutions adopted around the world case studies and innovations with the greatest potential for enhancing emergency communications for seniors and persons with disabilities Session Chair Marcie Roth Director Office of Disability Integration and Coordination Department of Homeland Security FEMA Marcie Roth Director Office of Disability Integration and Coordination Department of Homeland Security FEMA See more at http g3ict com events schedule event agenda p eventId 343 id agenda sthash qyQHThHP dpuf Panelists Wayne Hawkins Disability Policy Advisor Australian Communications Consumer Action Network ACCAN Jim Tobias President Inclusive Technologies DeeDee Bennett Ph D Research Scientist Center for Advanced Communications Policy Wireless RERC Georgia Institute of Technology Presentation Harold Salters Director Federal Regulatory Affairs T Mobile USA Inc Presentation Deepti Samant Raja International Consultant in Disability Inclusive Development G3ict Senior Reserach Analyst Studio E Making Mobile Payments Accessible Within five years mobile payments are likely to become as prevalent as GPS mapping or picture taking with one s mobile phone This session led by CTIA The Wireless Association will review the main mobile payment systems currently available around the world from an accessibility standpoint A panel of leading corporations involved in designing those systems and users will examine how accessibility may be factored in at an early stage of development Technologies covered will include apps and Near Field Communications NFC based payments mobile commerce as well as on line mobile transactions and SMS based payments which are experiencing exponential growth among developing nations Session Chair Jackie McCarthy Director Wireless Internet Development CTIA The Wireless Association Panelists Andrew Foote Vice President Innovation and Payments Strategy Wells Fargo Jason Oxman CEO Electronic Transactions Association Presentation Marianne Crowe VP Payment Strategies Mobile Payments Industry Working Group lead Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Presentation Paul Tuscano Product Development Management Verizon Wireless Presentation Ali Gabel Federal Government Relations eBay Inc Dylan Barrell CTO Deque Systems Inc Studio F M Health Solutions for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities Few application sectors have seen as much mobile innovation as the health sector The potential to remotely monitor alert inform guide and interact with patients as well as the multitude of self care and wellness apps are transforming practices while enhancing safety and productivity of services delivery This session will look at some of the most innovative m health applications and services relevant to seniors and persons with disabilities and review the status of the accessibility of some of the leading mainstream m Health apps and services Session Chair Stephen Johnston Founder Aging2 0 Presentation Panelists Myron Kowal Owner Response Care Inc Presentation Alicia Heazlitt Director of Strategy and Collaboration Guru InnovateLTC Presentation Courtney Larned VP Marketing and Corporate Communications CareSync Presentation Robert Primosch Partner Wilkinson Barker Knauer LLP Presentation Laura Mitchell VP of Business Development GrandCare Systems Presentation Salon 2 Mobile Innovation and App Forum Mobility and Dexterity This session will cover the fast expanding sector of mobile apps available to users with mobility and dexterity impairments After a kick off presentation assessing the main advances of mobile apps and services for persons with mobility and dexterity

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    that products systems services and environments can be made attractive safe efficient accessible and easy to use Human Factors is therefore a key element in the commercial success of new Information and Communication Technologies ICT products and services as well as their accessibility by persons with disabilities Moreover the European Union has made accessibility of products services and infrastructure one of its major targets to be achieved by 2020 Workshop

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