As an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) leader with 120 years of expertise, NEC has leveraged its adaptive solutions to enable individuals and enterprises across a wide spectrum of industries to achieve more flexible, secure and responsive work environments.
As an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) leader for 120 years, NEC enables new approaches to how Communications and IT services are delivered and managed through its field-tested expertise.
Combining innovative capability with a rich Communications and IT portfolio, NEC has provided individuals and enterprises with solutions that cover and enable the full spectrum of business processes for new and improved ways of conducting business.
Accessibility means easy to access and easy to approach, and indicates the extent to which a product, service or solution is available to be used by many users, including
seniors and persons with disabilities.
Necessity of Accessibility
Regulations and standards related to accessibility such as U.S. Rehabilitation Act Section 508 and Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) W3C 2.0 as well as Japan's JIS X 8341
"Design guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities" are linked internationally, so considering accessibility has become a prerequisite of software
development and hardware manufacturing as local governments stipulate these regulations.
In a development or manufacturing process, required standards must be followed, and the number of users who may not be able to use the product must be minimized by
assuming as broad a scope of potential users as possible.
Accessibility at NEC
The NEC Group defines high accessibility as making products, services and solutions accessible to a greater number of users.
The NEC Group strives to create products, systems and websites that take accessibility into account so that a greater number of users can use the products, services and
NEC Corporation of America's Advanced Recognition Systems has a Core Accessibility Team responsible for the implementation and conformance of our products, solutions and
services serving our government and commercial sector customers and their users to the applicable accessibility codes, exceptions, regulations and standards.
Products Compliant With U.S. Rehabilitation Act: Section 508
Based on Section 508 Standards, NEC Advanced Recognition System solutions are as follows:
NeoScan® Smart ID
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Web Accessibility Framework
NEC Corporation of America based upon its interpretation of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 believes that its
principal website - necam.com - reasonably supports its standard and regulation recommendations.