Development of a design project and implementation into production of new Braille printed labels and warning signs for the blind.
FLEXON S.C. Michał Pabiasz Monika Pabiasz is carrying out a project co-financed by European Funds entitled "Development of a design project and implementation into production of new Braille labels and warning signs for the blind."
Project number: POIR.02.03.05-24-0022/21
Priority axis II: Support for environment and potential of enterprises to conduct R&D&I activity
Measure: 2.3 Pro-innovative services for enterprises
Sub-action: 2.3.5 Design for entrepreneurs
PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PERIOD: 01.03.2021. - 13.12.2022 r.
TOTAL PROJECT VALUE: 1,334,857.50 PLN
SUBSIDY VALUE: 526,462.50 PLN
The aim of the project is to implement the production of new products-labels with convex warning triangle according to PN-EN ISO 11683 standard and information labels containing single characters in Braille, thus responding to the specific needs of people with functional limitations, including blind people. They will be created on the basis of a design project developed as a result of a professional design process.
The result of the project will be the implementation of a new design project, removing barriers in a specific environment and facilitating the functioning of people with dysfunctions.
The results of the project respond to the diagnosed market demand, and the functionalities of the new product will respond to the problems of people with functional limitations. The author's design projects are part of the company's development plans, allowing it to expand its markets, reach new groups of customers, and influence the increase of revenues and competitiveness of the offer of FLEXON S.C. Michał Pabiasz Monika Pabiasz.
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