Making Mobile Work For All

M-Enabling Summit 2013 in Washington

(PresseBox) ( Düsseldorf, )
The M-Enabling Summit is proud to announce the June 6-7, 2013 program agenda will open with a session on Universal Access for All Ages and Abilities followed by a panel on how to Make Mobile Communications Work for Users of All Abilities.
The two day high-level conference and showcase, held in cooperation with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), is entirely dedicated to solutions promoting and implementing accessible mobile communications and services for senior citizens and persons of all abilities.
The conference will analyze in depth market challenges and opportunities presented by leading mobile service providers from around the world. The Summit, supported by major disability and senior organizations, as well as industry associations and the private sector, is expected to attract hundreds of participants from over 40 countries, underlining the global scope of new mobile opportunities for users and apps developers alike.

The program will focus on accessibility innovations featuring 150 key industry speakers, private sector leaders, app developers, policy makers, mobile accessibility experts and disability advocates sharing their experience.
Specialized sessions will focus on themes such as new mobile apps and services promoted by the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act, cloud solutions for mobile users, mobile solutions for multi-media accessibility, as well as latest mobile innovations addressing specific areas of disability and barriers to usage for seniors.

Confirmed presenters include representatives from leading organizations of persons with disabilities and senior citizens, including the International Disability Alliance (IDA) and Disabled Peoples’ International (DPI), as well as executives of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), CTIA-The Wireless Association, the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), the WorldWide Web Consortium (W3C), the Mobile Manufacturers Forum (MMF) alongside with AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Adobe Systems, Microsoft, BlackBerry, Orange, Deque Systems, Freedom Scientific, IBM, Code Factory, Intuit, Apps4Android and a number of developers of mobile enabled accessibility solutions.

As the reliance on mobile technology continues to impact nearly all facets of daily life, the M-Enabling Summit is a must attend event for any organization whose customers include senior citizens and persons with disabilities, a group representing 54 million individuals in the United States and growing due to the aging of the population.
For additional information on registering to attend the M-Enabling Summit, visit
*Early Bird Registration Discount ends April 5, 2013
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