Tactile15® by ACCESS SAFETY® initially referred to as signaling, visual and tactile bands must be in a contrasting color with the existing pavement. One piece must be with raised points of relief sensitive to the tread as a warning signal and the other in the form of grooves in the same longitudinal direction of the march.


They are commonly known as pavements of points or lines that serve as a guide for the blind and people with low vision in the urban environment.Subsequently, and in parallel with the evolution of the concept of “Design for all” and the increased sensitivity of the concept of accessibility and urban mobility, its function was expanded to benefit other groups, such as guidance for the elderly or disabled. intellectual. 


These ceramic pavements are designed to guide and warn pedestrians, especially those with low vision, of changes in level or imminent risks through surfaces in high relief and color contrast that are detectable with the foot, the cane or debris visuals.