The National Center for Accessibility Technologies (CENTAC) will inaugurate the first Intelligent Integrated Space (EII) on Alcalá de Henares next Monday, September 18th , which is a pioneering idea of ​​the concept of Smart City where the citizen is the center . The Intelligent Integrated Space of Alcalá de Henares is located in Plaza de Cervantes and its surroundings, where an accessible technological ecosystem has been created that allows the individual to have autonomy and to be able to interact with the environment .

The director general of CENTAC, Juan Carlos Ramiro; the Mayor of Alcalá de Henares, Javier Rodríguez Palacios, the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, and the Councilor for Transparency and Social Innovation of Alcalá de Henares, Brianda Yáñez, will inaugurate the first Intelligent Integrated Space and give way to the demonstration tour. The services that integrate the first phase are:

  • •  Outdoor guidance system : this is a system for visually impaired people that generates an artificial field of vision through sound information so that the user knows his position with respect to any detected point.
  • •  Tailored Taxi Location Service : this is a solution that not only serves for the location of adapted taxis, but also for all types of barrier-free points of interest for people with reduced mobility.
  • •  Interior guiding system : it is an application that is used for interior guidance and reduced spaces for people with visual impairment. It allows orientation in very short distances and access to relevant information of each orientation point.
  • •  Accessible drug system : with this service, people with visual impairment or with fine motor problems can consult the package leaflet by scanning the bar code or its national code. In this way, the Smartphone reads to the user the contents of the prospectus.
  • •  Smart parking system : with this application, people with reduced mobility can not only know the location of the parking spaces reserved for them, but also know if they are free or occupied at all times, facilitating their movements.
  • •  Accessible menu reading application: a technological application that reads the restaurant menu, intended not only for blind people but for any tourist who does not understand the language.

Representatives of the companies and organizations that participate in the project will be present, contributing their technological solutions: Fundación ONCE, Fundación Vodafone, El Corte Inglés, Lazzus, Puntodis and, as well as Navarrosa, technical coordinator of the project.