ATA’s 3-Pronged Approach to Build the Ecosystem
Taking an idea or plan from initial or early stages in a structured manner, such that it is ready for execution via a well thought out strategy, is often key to its success. ATA sees its role as being this catalyst
ATA provides guidance that is required to go from an early stage to one that can be systematically scaled. Giving the start up the right feedback, access to our resource ecosystem and experienced and relevant mentoring is key to the process
Creating wide reaching social impact through collaborative methods, building an ecosystem that spans across multiple domains and capabilities are amongst ATA’s methods to help start ups achieve far reaching impact
Over a Billion people live with some form of disability, which needs to be addressed quickly
Will need at least one assistive product by 2030 and we are building the ecosystem that will meet these needs
Need one or more assistive products and we are helping these product companies find their users is a key goal of ATA
Have access to any Assistive products, we aim to change this equation for the better
Is fragmented, with stakeholders working in Silos. ATA is putting together a world class ecosystem that will accelerate reach of Assistive technologies to intended users
Have low interest in Disability Sector and have limited access to Disabled Community & Experts
* WHO Report (May’2018)
ATA Incubatee Startups
BleeTV is a Digital platform where content is available in Indian Sign Language (ISL).
Their product Athena is a Text-to-braille device that converts text on any page.
Punar creates Robotic assisted and data driven rehab solutions.
Assistive technology to enable a deaf person achieve near normal speech.
Multi-sensory Learning Experiences for Children with Vision Loss.
Award winning startup – improving quality of life of visually impaired.
Inclov is a matchmaking platform for people with disabilities to make friends and find love.
TorchIt is an Indian organization where we have taken up the mission to provide the Differently Abled community with the “Power of Independence” by developing credible yet affordable products/services.