Barrier-free design
Barrier-free design
Barrier-free construction also means: Everyone should be able to use technology intuitively. The American architect Ronald L. Mace, himself a polio sufferer, coined the term Universal Design. In 1985, he formulated five principles for a universally accessible environment. Siedle complies with them all. More…
Vital for barrier-free access: the status display. This provides the hard of hearing with clear feedback from the intercom.  More…
Call buttons with Braille inscription, inductive loops for hearing aids or drive-under letterbox systems: By providing special functions, Siedle is addressing different needs. More…
For intercom systems in noisy environments, Siedle offers a particularly powerful loudspeaker with optimised electronics: this ensures excellent audio and speech quality, even under adverse conditions. More…
Our references and application examples show how Siedle implements barrier-freedom in projects. More…
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