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Though reducing health disparities for individuals with disabilities was identified as a research priority more than a decade ago, little progress has been made so far. In the first article, Eelke Folmer presents an innovative project that aims to use unmanned aerial robots to guide blind runners on a track. He describes a prototype and identifies some of the research challenges his lab is trying to tackle. Preliminary results show that our app provides children with a relevant selfregulationdoi:10.1145/2809915.2809916 fatcat:7fnmvhxkbzbgld65z5uwpsrc5u