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Creation date: 2010

Country: Spain

Location: Málaga

Sector of activity: Telecommunications, hardware and software

Social issue: Diversity (people in state of exclusion, minorities and people with disabilities)

Eneso is dedicated to the development and marketing of technological products (hardware and software) for people with disabilities. It works mainly on three product lines: access to computers and tablets, augmentative and alternative communication and creation of multi-sensorial rooms.

Its aim is to improve the lives of its users and ensure that the products are "technologically advanced, simple to use, accessible and above all, functional," explain Esther García and Salvador Sancha, who head up Eneso. "We create new products that did not exist before on the market. We have created products in each of our three lines of work that are also complementary and closely related to each other."

Its catalog includes a wide variety of products, both of its own brand and those from the main global manufacturers. That is why they can advise their customers regarding the multitude of options for helping them to access computers and tablets, such as adapted mice, trackballs, keyboards with large keys, head mice, eye-control systems, switches, etc.

In the field of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems, the company allows people with speech difficulties to connect with others, either by reproducing pre-recorded messages or through a voice synthesizer. Using a communicator any person may simply express themselves by selecting an option on a board or clicking repeatedly on a switch.