IDEMIA and Noida Special Economic Zone Collaborate
In order to build inclusive infrastructure, Noida Special Economic Zone Authority (NSEZ) and IDEMIA, the industry pioneer in augmented identity, have teamed up, according to a press release. The effort aims to provide universal designs and accessibility to people in order for them to perform their work as effectively as possible, regardless of their physical capabilities and comprehension of what they require. Development Commissioner A. Bipin Menon of the Noida-based NSEZ is leading the campaign to support people with disabilities in living with respect, equality, and dignity. IDEMIA is helping the cause by donating wheelchairs and building restrooms that are accessible to those with disabilities.
The mission of IDEMIA, which is to open up the globe and make it safer, includes a dedication to having a good impact on the world. The IDEMIA organization is dedicated to supporting innovation that promotes accountability, diversity, and sustainability.
Matthew Foxton, India Regional President & Vice-President, Branding & Communications, IDEMIA, and A. Bipin Menon, Development Commissioner, (NSEZ), Noida, were present at NSEZ to mark the occasion.
Noida Special Economic Zone
The development commissioner for the Noida Special Economic Zone, A. Bipin Menon, commented on this by saying, “Our goal is to create the NSEZ an inclusive workplace, and IDEMIA has set a bar. We think more organizations need to take action in any way they can to achieve this goal. They could focus on assuring accessibility, developing the relevant skill set, sponsoring programmes through CSR, offering assistive devices, and changing people’s attitudes toward people with disabilities.
“This project is merely a beginning stone toward establishing an open, inclusive workplace where everyone can belong and develop,” stated Matthew Foxton, IDEMIA Regional President for India. We are devoted to helping NSEZ in this admirable endeavour.