Research Line 7: Interoperability and standardization
The diversity of procedures, layouts, behaviours, etc. of the diverse interfaces required to access ICT products and remote services creates important accessibility and usability problems to people with disabilities. Interoperability of equipment can provide a way to access to diverse services and devices using a unique interface well adapted to each user.
Research Line 7 contains six Research Actions. The image below presents the mapping (position) of the Research Actions in the overall Roadmap.
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- Research action 7.1: Open standards for Accessible ICT systems based on sound scientific data
- Research action 7.2: Technical interfaces between mainstream ICT products and Assistive Technology products
- Research action 7.3: Interoperability among devices to enhance accessibility to ubiquitous computing environments
- Research action 7.4: Standardized and harmonized remote HCIs
- Research action 7.5: Dynamic composition of complex interfaces (mash-up of services)
- Research action 7.6: Open APIS for the delivery of the interface to many more varied platforms