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Guiding disabled people around a university? Discover the success story of Lyon 3 Jean Moulin University - Manufacture des Tabacs Campus

SUCCESS STORY: Evelity X University Lyon 3

Lyon 3 Jean Moulin University, as part of the INCLUDE project (demoES France 2030), has marked a decisive turning point in its commitment to accessibility and inclusion.

In January 2023, the school chose to deploy Evelity, a solution to help with orientation and location, on its Manufacture des Tabacs campus, which is used by 28,000 students each year.

Here's a look back at the success of this project!

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Evelity tests his solution in the Lyon metro

Tests report of Evelity in the Lyon metro!

Since June, our teams have been focusing on the Evelity experience in the metro as part of the pilot project we are running in two metro stations, Bellecour and Grange Blanche. 

It was not without a few drops of sweat 💦 that we managed to deliver an inclusive wayfinding system for travelers inside a metro (originally only for the visually impaired)!

And the efforts have paid off, because the users feedbacks is amazing! The results are a pleasant surprise 🎇 We thank them for their help...

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Study on the accessibility of museums to visually impaired people

Study on the accessibility of museums to visually impaired people

Our strongest desire is to support our clients in their mission to welcome people with disabilities. And to ensure that our solutions always perfectly meet the needs and uses of these audiences, we spend a lot of time meeting with them. It is in this context that we launched a study in July 2021 on the use of museums by visually impaired people in France.

This questionnaire included 15 questions on the following themes: their habits of visiting museums, their opinion on the tools made available for their accessibility, the obstacles encountered, and of course some demographic data to better know them. The study is based on 53 respondents and therefore in relation to the population our sample allows us to validate hypotheses at 90% with a margin of error of 11%. We present here the main results of this survey as well as the resulting analysis.

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