Phase I: Devices will be retrofitted on wheelchair participants, to automatically collect data on path accessibility (e.g., bumps, obstacles, slopes, etc). Phase II: Sensor data collected from wheelchair participants will be used to create a map for barrier-free access in Singapore.
Read more about us here: 1. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/app-identifying-barrier-free-routes-for-wheelchair-users-in-the-99476682. http://www.zaobao.com.sg/news/singapore/story20180211-834454
Through SmartBFA, we hope to build a more inclusive society in Singapore! :)
Besides contributing your (sensor) data to make Singapore a more inclusive society, we will be reimbursing you with a small token for every week of data collection.
The SmartBFA project is led by Trampolene (https://trampolene.org/) and Singapore Management University (https://www.smu.edu.sg/) with support by the Tote Board – Enabling Lives Initiative (TB-ELI).