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M-Enabling Summit: Accessibility Empowering All

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Bethesda, Md. – “Accessibility: Transforming Users’ Experience” was the key theme of the 8th annual M-Enabling Summit held in Washington, DC June 17-19, 2019. The conference on digital accessibility, brought together over 640 participants from 25 countries which ranged from top industry executives, government officials, and community advocates. This year’s event was the largest attended edition to date, marking a 9% increase from the previous year.

The robust, all-inclusive conference focused on fostering next generation innovations that support independent living in an interconnected world for seniors and persons with disabilities. The program provided a platform that reinforced better accessibility in the digital space as a key component of inclusion and sustainable success.  Key topics included: Smart Cities Next Generation Solutions, Artificial Intelligence for User Interfaces, IoT and Robots for Smart Homes, Real World End User Experience, Accessible Media Platforms Entertainment, Self-Driving and Autonomous Mobility, Extended Reality, International Trends in Digital Accessibility, Artificial Intelligence for Web Accessibility, Baby Boomer Strategies, and Higher Education.

The next edition of the M-Enabling Summit will be held June 22-24, 2020 in Washington, DC. For more information on the M-Enabling Summit, go to

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