|العربية: Ameerah Albaz
Ελληνικά: Konstantin Spironikos & Tina Kariori
Dansk: Soren Johannessen
English: Christoph Bünte
Español: Óscar Alvarez
Français: Elke Lichtmann
Íslenska: Andri Valgeirsson
Italiano: Daniel Hahn
|latviešu: Rudīte Spakovska
日本: Shu Higashi
tlhIngan Hol: qurgh zantai-lungqIj
Polski: Bartek Zdanowski
Slovenských Michal Harakal
Svenska: Petter Sandholdt
Türkçe: Canset Icpinar
Design & Development
Design: Nico Hagenburger & Marcus Herrmann
Icons: Nico Hagenburger & Yusuke Kamiyamane
Photos: Lux Fotostudio Berlin
Website: Christoph Bünte
iPhone-App: Dorian Roy
Android-App: Michal Harakal & Michael Kröz
RollstuhlRouting.de is an open route planner of the University of Heidelberg for people with mobility impairments. It uses free data of OpenStreetMap. In contrast to regular route planners, additional attributes of paths, such as surface condition, steepness or high curbsides, can be taken into consideration. Everyone can enter this data into OpenStreetMap and therefore improve the wheelchair-accessible route planning. Thereby the navigation to searched-for (hopefully wheelchair-accessible) places shall be supported.
The German Wheelchair Sports Association extensively supports the area of sports and mobility of impaired people. Over 9,000 active athletes in wheelchairs of over 300 clubs with 24 different wheelchair sports belong to the association. The wheelchair sport is not only a motivating offer for impaired people to exercise, play and compete but also for people who only sit in wheelchairs when engaging in sport activities.
MyAccessible.EU is a project co-funded by the 7th Framework Programme of the European Union, aimed at developing tools and methods for collectively gathering and sharing information on the accessibility of public places. The SOZIALHELDEN are part of an international consortium working on this 3 year project, together with partners from the UK, Austria, Spain and Germany. Wheelmap.org is being used as a best practice example for further research and development of other tools. MyAccessible.EU will play a prominent role in creating awareness for accessibility issues and in implementing effective measures for eliminating barriers for the mobility impaired.
The Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is a non-profit international student organisation. Their mission is to represent international students, thus provide opportunities for cultural understanding and self-development under the principle of Students Helping Students. 13.500 members from 452 local sections in 37 countries are volunteering in Higher Education Institutions and offering services to 160.000 students.