The second annual Effective Access Technology Conference will bring together experts to share ideas and innovative solutions to the challenges in applying technology to improve access for people with a variety of disabilities. From injured veterans to the elderly to people with other challenges, there are a wide range of applications. We talk about this with our guests:
- Ryne Raffaelle, RIT's vice president of research and associate provost, he is also the conference organizer.
- Dan Meyers, president of the Al Sigl Community of Agencies, a gold sponsor of the conference.
- Ferat Sahin, professor of electrical and microelectronic engineering at RIT's Kate Gleason College of Engineering. He and his student team have two exhibits at the conference, a "smart walker" and a "brain-computer interface."