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Designing a World Everyone Can Use

The AMAC Accessibility Solutions and Research Center (AMAC) and the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA) have combined their research interests to form the Centers for Inclusive Design Innovation (CIDI). CIDI represents a program of research and education that promotes the design and application of technologies, products, and the built environment to be inclusive for all people, including people with disabilities and people with age-related limitations.

CIDI’s projects build off of Georgia Tech’s innovation in engineering, science, and technology, and many of the projects focus on the inclusive design and applications of information and communications technology (ICT) in the home, school, workplace, or community.

CIDI’s research labs takes an interdisciplinary approach that allows their research teams to apply and transfer knowledge from multiple disciplines to deliver problem-based solutions.

The Georgia Tech Research Corporation (GTRC) serves at the contracting entity for CIDI’s sponsored research activities and licenses all intellectual property created by CIDI.

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