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M-Enabling Summit June 13-14, 2017 in Washington, D.C.

The two-day high-level conference and showcase is entirely dedicated to solutions promoting and implementing accessible technology and services for senior citizens and persons of all abilities. During the Summit, participants will gain insight on how accessible mobile applications and services transform customer relations for the private and public service sectors. Further, the Summit will provide the opportunity to network with influential industry and government leaders from around the world.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is one of the keynote speakers, with more to be announced. Leading accessibility leaders from corporations, industry, academia, government, and non-government agencies will be presenting at 30+ sessions with leading experts.

With its theme of “Making Connected Things and Services Accessible for All,” the 2017 M-Enabling Summit will provide a platform for empowering mobile technologies and focus on next-generation innovations and breakthroughs for users of all abilities.

Bringing together professionals, corporations, service organizations, and key thought leaders, the M-Enabling Summit is an all-inclusive conference and showcase featuring innovative technology, mobile applications, connected devices, and services for this sector’s more than one-billion users worldwide.

With accessible and assistive solutions at the forefront of the mobile industry it is becoming an essential differentiator and competitive advantage. The M-Enabling Summit highlights the unprecedented opportunities of the mobile industry in this rapidly expanding market.

Some of the key topics are:

  • Internet of Things and Smart Homes
  • Universal Design
  • ARIA, WCAG and other Standards
  • 5G Networks
  • Self-driving cars and ride-sharing
  • Compliance and accessibility testing trends
  • Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

Here’s the complete agenda with topics: http://www.m-enabling.com/agenda.html.

For more information on M-Enabling Summit, visit http://www.m-enabling.com.