Moon presents at 2019 M-Enabling Summit in Washington D.C.

Nathan Moon presents on accessible ‘Smart Home’ Technologies at the 2019 M-Enabling Summit

CACP researcher Nathan W. Moon recently gave a presentation: “Use of ‘Smart Home’ Technologies by Individuals with Disabilities: Findings from Qualitative Research” at the 2019 M-Enabling Summit, which took place in Washington, DC, on Monday, June 17, 2019. Nathan was part of a panel on “IoT and Robots for Smart Homes,” which included industry stakeholders.  The presentation highlighted research findings from the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Wireless Inclusive Technologies (Wireless RERC), which involved 11 focus groups on next-generation wireless devices. Both opportunities and facilitators, as well as barriers and limitations for smart homes were discusses, as well as other design considerations. 

Use of “Smart Home” Technologies by Individuals with Disabilities: Findings from Qualitative Research

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