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autonomous mobility and safe
There are an estimated 80 million people in Europe with disabilities and among these many are people with visual problems. This is in addition an increase in the number of elderly persons with visual deficits caused by age or disease.

Independent and safe mobility is a fundamental requisite for a better life that can be considered full for blind and partially sighted people. Naturally this should be accompanied by good representation in the world of work, today much more accessible due to the contribution offered by computer technology which opens up opportunities to people with visual impairment for reading and writing.
Life at home can become easier with more freedom if supported by household appliances that can also be used by the blind.
And finally, free time: relationships, relaxing at home with others after work, also outside the home, are priceless moments to which everyone is entitled.
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Tactile map of climbing routes - Plaques of Baone - Arco (TN)
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Location of “Bancomat for all” - Diebold Italia
An important means to achieve autonomy is certainly information: a blind person, someone that is visually impaired or a person that in any case feels uncomfortable entering an unknown space, requires precise and immediate information that represents the immediate vicinity.

The mission of Happy Vision is to help this group of citizens become as independent and assured in their movements as possible, both for work and leisure. As you can imagine, there are many kinds of people that suffer visual impairments and as such it is necessary to identify a response that encapsulates all the demands of autonomy.
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