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Urbaccess 2015

4th Edition Urbaccess - European Accessibility and Universal Conception Show

  • Paris, France
  • March 10-11, 2015
  • Venue: Paris Event Center 

URBACCESS has the ambition to present the full range of solutions for cities that are accessible and inclusive for all citizens, all along the access journey. A change in our living environments, either professional or personal, which applies to all Western countries. These solutions are of direct relevance to a large portion of the society:

  • People with disabilities, temporary or lasting, for whom disability rights legislation exists.
  • Older people, who represent an ever growing part of the population.
  • Children, the future of our societies, who have only recently begun to be considered in urban planning.

When it comes to it, the whole of society aspires today to more livable, comfortable, mobile and participative cities which afford a better quality of life. We are seeing the development of a new market, driven by innovation in all sectors: construction industry, environmental services, green spaces, leisure and culture, transportation, information technologies and services.

Urbaccess provides the opportunity to companies and professionals to show their innovations and their solutions to a public made of decision-makers, coming from the project ownership and the prime contracting sectors, all working on practical projects.

Accessibility, along with the quality of urban life, represents an astounding market for the next thirty years, and therefore a real opportunity for professional development. Urbaccess is also a series of high-level conferences addressing the important practical themes around the inclusive city for all.

For further details, visit the event website at http://www.urbaccess.fr/en.