The Navigator

1. Choose the obstacle you want to avoid

The navigator was conceived to simplify the life of any person in difficulty, starting from more intense mobility problems so that it gets to solve also the light ones.

The user will be able to contemplate a personalized experience deciding himself which obstacles he can overcome, and which can be a danger, simply by using a filter system.

2. Insert your destination

On the map all accessible places will be displayed with clear data and pictures that also give a visual security.

You can save any destination you go frequently to, and the combination of obstacles that address your needs.


You will be given the fastest and safest path.

3. WAIT…Where does the data come from ?

The navigator takes you form point «A» to point «B» with personalized security, but is it reliable? algorithm may work, but where does the data come from?

We use different data entry channels:

  • Through NGOs and NPOs that are disability or social impact oriented, many of them already tried to map local areas for their first level stakeholders, but they cant scale up the work.
  • From Public Administrations that often have massive heterogeneous data, sometimes has to be digitized, but it’s there and they love to share it with who makes their citizens live a better life.
  • Through our Crowd Mapping system. Each user, in base of personal difficulties can map and report the barriers that he encounters daily. Barriers can easily be profiled and filtered.

    Through Mappathons and Datathons, which are medium/large events organized with local administrations to accelerate the mapping of the city, where all data is shared with the locals and given for free to the administration to comprehend the local accessibility and take action where needed.

4. Report an unhandy obstacle.. Or an epic accessible place!

You can map nearly everything. You can release stress by reporting each physical barrier that you find: infinite stairs, tight lifts, sidewalks with no ramps and so on! The more, the better! Each report makes accessible paths information, and will be useful for who comes next.

You can also map positive solutions, every time you go into a bar, a restaurant, a bank or the post office. Is it accessible? Tell us so! Make a picture and tell us about the place, you can make your discovery known to all the community, and ease up the life to numerous people !

5. Share it with world and play the Game !!

You can report obstacles and reconfirm their presence during your everyday life. Each and every report, as reconfirmations, will give you Credits that can be spent on the virtual store to buy products and services, from small gadgets to big rewards, up to you how you want to spend them !

We want to raise awareness of the accessibility issue by attracting users with a fun game connected with real rewards. Together we can make the impact matter!

2. Insert your destination

On the map all accessible places will be displayed with clear data and pictures that also give a visual security.

You can save any destination you go frequently to, and the combination of obstacles that address your needs.

You will be given the fastest and safest path.

3. WAIT…Where does the data come from ?

The navigator takes you form point «A» to point «B» with personalized security, but is it reliable? algorithm may work, but where does the data come from?

We use different data entry channels:

Through NGOs and NPOs that are disability or social impact oriented, many of them already tried to map local areas for their first level stakeholders, but they cant scale up the work.

From Public Administrations that often have massive heterogeneous data, sometimes has to be digitized, but it’s there and they love to share it with who makes their citizens live a better life.

Through our Crowd Mapping system. Each user, in base of personal difficulties can map and report the barriers that he encounters daily. Barriers can easily be profiled and filtered.

Through Mappathons and Datathons, which are medium/large events organized with local administrations to accelerate the mapping of the city, where all data is shared with the locals and given for free to the administration to comprehend the local accessibility and take action where needed.

4. Report an unhandy obstacle.. Or an epic accessible place!

You can map nearly everything. You can release stress by reporting each physical barrier that you find: infinite stairs, tight lifts, sidewalks with no ramps and so on! The more, the better! Each report makes accessible paths information, and will be useful for who comes next.

You can also map positive solutions, every time you go into a bar, a restaurant, a bank or the post office. Is it accessible? Tell us so! Make a picture and tell us about the place, you can make your discovery known to all the community, and ease up the life to numerous people !

5. Share it with world and play the Game !!

You can report obstacles and reconfirm their presence during your everyday life. Each and every report, as reconfirmations, will give you Credits that can be spent on the virtual store to buy products and services, from small gadgets to big rewards, up to you how you want to spend them !

We want to raise awareness of the accessibility issue by attracting users with a fun game connected with real rewards. Together we can make the impact matter!

1) You need to be GPS-localized where you have spotted the barrier;
2) You must take a picture of the obstacle, and comment it;
3) Choose the typology of obstacle, or create a new one if it’s missing, so it gets profiled.
4) Save it, and you’re ready to go for the next one!

You can definitely report accessible places !

Every time you go to a Bar, a Restaurant, a Hotel, Bank or Post Office, you can tell it to the community!


As you know, people have difficulties, mostly if they are new in the city, to know where to know where to find a restaurant that has a ramp at the entry, large doors, and has also food for who suffers form food allergies.


So you can report nearly anything, filter it, and put it in the platform, and all community will have access to see the new placed you shared!


People need to know where to go, and have free choice, which means there are options in first place, you can contribute to that, this is true accessibility!

You need to click the report button, choose Accessible Place and :

1) Write the name of the place


2) Make a picture of the entry (to prove it has no stairs or has a ramp),


3) A picture of the toilet,


4) And possibly one of the internal space,to show the space of movement.

Right after that we will validate and check the place by adding precise empiric data such as:

a) The width of the entry


b) The inclination of the ramp


c) The length and width of the elevator, if there is one


d) Other internal accessible options or systems implemented.