We have asked all speakers to create their slides with accessibility in mind like font sizes, color use etcetera.
At the DPC venue there are gender-neutral toilets available. At the main conference days you can find gender-neutral and gentleman toilets downstairs and upstairs there are ladies and gentleman toilets.
For the keynote presentations and all talks in the two largest rooms we will offer Live Captioning. Stenographers from White Coat Captioning will turn the audio into correctly spelled text which will appear on large TV screens, usually with a delay of only ¾ of a second. It’s also possible to read the text using a web browser on your phone or tablet.
RAI Amsterdam is accessible for people using a wheelchair & mobility scooter. The aisles at the show floor are spacious and the surface is flat. Elevators and disability toilets are available. Visitors with an official 'disability card' can follow route 7 to P7-parking garage.
It is possible to borrow a wheelchair at the RAI as long as you make a reservation in advance.
A reservation can be made by sending an email to [email protected].
Wheelchair assistants get free access. The person using the wheelchair will need to show a valid disability card and will need to pay for their own ticket. Please send us an email or fill in the accessibility question in the registration form so we can make the right arrangements for you.
Assistance dogs in the RAI
You can bring your assistance dog to the RAI. For exceptions on the dog policy, contact [email protected].
There is a prayer room available in the RAI. The prayer room has a washroom and two private cubicles where people of all faiths can pray or meditate in a peaceful environment. The prayer room is always open and accessible via Entrance D at level -1. The two private cubicles for prayer/meditation can be locked from the inside.
During the DPC there is a quiet room available, the quiet room is the Forum room. You can use the quiet room between the opening and the closing keynote, and on Friday evening.