Reshaping Humanity
through inclusion

Simplifing Mobility with technology,
starting from people with disabilities




A Gladiator, wearing a colorful helmet and leather jacket, holds a smartphone with the WeGlad app open




Exponentially accelerate, through technology, the transition to a more accessible and inclusive Planet, in which mobility becomes simple, secure and comfortable for all.

A world where no one has
to fight for their own dignity.

WeGlad means Welcome Gladiator,
and stands for all the people with mobility impariments, that fight each day, in the Arena of Life, against difficulties they did not choose. We're with them, and We('re)Glad to be.



We're born to shake the world and make visible,
an invisible battle that makes 1,5 billion people struggle globaly.
We're here to challenge the companies, municipalities, non profits and civilians to act, to be active protagonists of a better world,
one in which none is left behind. The only way to win in this harsh and unfair Arena, is to grow a bigger army, conscious minds that collaborate for the greater good. If you have humankind and natural dignity at heart, join us and let's make this world accessible. If you're here to fight, to make it right, Welcome Gladiator!

A Gladiator, wearing a colorful helmet and leather jacket, is sitting in an electronic wheelchair. He is wearing shorts and boots. In his left hand he has a smartphone and with his right hand he is making horns.
Screenshot of the WeGlad app with map and buttons MAP PLACE and MAP OBSTACLE
WeGlad app navigator screenshot
Screenshot of the social part of the WeGlad app




Everyone can contribute, mapping the accessibility of streets and facilities with few clicks, playing, being rewarded & and learning about inclusion.

Fully mapping a zone, enables the generation of routes from
A to B that avoid architectural barriers with personalized filters, enabling autonomy to everyone.

Users can interact with each other in dedicated groups, view places with visual data, share them and ask for information or help.




Each mapped facility will display pictures and tags concerning it’s accessibility. Like the Entrance, the interior showing the space of maneuver, the WC, the lift, the terrace, ecc...

Users can find information about accessible transportation and stops, as indications concerning wheelchair friendly parking spots, and the time to reach destination.

Users can interact, share new mapped things and personal experiences, ask questions, advise others on better places, and even ask or offer help.

A girl with a bionic leg in orange, white and gray colors. She keeps her legs crossed. She holds a smartphone in her right hand and an orange heart in her left.

objective & visual data

geolocated & visual obstacles

family-like interactions & help

Media & Articles


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