Team BlueDAG will be at the National ADA Symposium on June 18-22 in Denver, Colorado. This is the largest ADA focused event in the United States and we are excited to have a table to show off our accessibility tool to all of the attendees.
From the website:
“The National ADA Symposium is a project of the ADA National Network which is comprised of ten regional centers that provide information, training, and materials on the Americans with Disabilities Act. The conference, held annually for the past 20 years, has earned the reputation as the most comprehensive training event available on the ADA and disability related laws. The 2016 National ADA Symposium will be co-hosted by the Great Plains and Rocky Mountain ADA Centers.
The National ADA Symposium is designed to provide the latest information on ADA regulations and guidelines, implementation strategies, and best practices through dynamic, interactive sessions.
Our goal is to make sure participants get useful information that is applicable to their work and daily lives. Over 95% of prior Symposium attendees surveyed reported they learned something that they could use on the job and in their communities.”
For more information and to find out where we will be: http://www.adasymposium.org/
BlueDAG has hit the road (Tuesday May 3rd thru Thursday May 5th) at the Minstitute demoing our ADA planning and inspection tool. The response has been outstanding and we are very excited at the turn out. CalCASP owners and BlueDAG founders Mark Wood and Paul Klein provided training during the event. This is on the heels of BlueDAG being an exhibitor at the ADA symposium in Denver, Colorado June 13th thru June 20th. This gave us the opportunity to get the word out to many planners and building officials.
From demonstrating our newest product “ADA FastFinder” to providing real-time on-the-spot mobile ADA inspections, the turnout and response to BlueDAG’s capabilities has been phenomenal. Thank you to the organizers of the event for having us as a vendor, we look forward to being part of the next one.