We want to empower vision impaired people to navigate the world independently

The Wayfindr Open Standard aims to do just that. We have released Open Standard, following successful trials in London and Sydney. We are now working to mature and develop the Open Standard further.

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Our mission

Emerging indoor navigation technologies hold the key to a revolution in independent navigation for blind and partially sighted people. In order to achieve the greatest impact globally, we need to develop a consistent standard across wayfinding systems.

This will truly open up a world where vision impaired people are no longer held back by their sight loss, removing barriers to employment, to meeting friends and family and engaging in their community.

The Wayfindr Open Standard aims to do just that.

What people say

We’re always striving to find new and innovative ways to help give more people the confidence to travel on our transport network. The Wayfindr project is a great example of our wider work to improve accessibility in London. - Boris Johnson MP, Former Mayor of London

Wayfindr Community

We want to see audio wayfinding solutions implemented across the world, in transport networks, shopping centres, hospitals and other places. We can’t do this alone. Through the Wayfindr Community, we are uniting venue owners, digital navigation services, experts in vision impairment and other interested parties.

Alliance Members

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News and Blog


Wayfindr’s Public Transport Hackathon

Over the 21st and 22nd January a group of 30 generous people gave up their weekends to do something that could very well end up benefitting every commuter in London.

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Guest Blog

Why openness is key to the Wayfindr Open Standard

An open standard provides startups, and social enterprises, with an opportunity to empower communities from around the world - by...

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6 Reasons Wayfindr is an Open Standard, not an App

When ustwo and the RLSB Youth Forum started working on the project which became Wayfindr, we saw the solution as an app. As our understanding of...

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