INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS Archives

  • Pharaon

    INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS

    PHARAON – PILOTS FOR HEALTHY AND ACTIVE AGEING The general objective of Pharaon is to support the active aging of the European population, through the creation of a set of open, interoperable and highly customizable platforms providing advanced digital services, devices and tools, including Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, cloud computing, smart […]

  • SUST-AID

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    SUST-AID The SUST-AID project aims to fill current gaps and needs in knowledge, training, and skills through sustainable food aid programmes. Following on from this, the project aims to developing and evaluating a training programme adjusted to real needs of the organizations. These, including NGOs, welfare organizations and faith-based organizations aspire to be empowered with […]

  • IDEAHL

    INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS

    IDEAHL The Improving Digital Empowerment for Active Healthy Living (IDEAHL) project aims at developing and testing new models and approaches of (digital) health literacy intervention through the co-creation of a comprehensive and inclusive EU (d)HL Strategy. The primary purpose of the project will be to empower EU citizens in using digital tools to take a […]

  • AGAPE

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    AGAPE Active, autonomous and healthy ageing is one of the challenges arising from the demographic evolution in Europe. The AGAPE project aims to promote Active and Healthy Ageing in the population aged 65+ to promote the improvement of the quality of life of caregivers by reducing the burden of workload and overcoming the lack of […]

  • PHILIP

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    PHILIP – Protection of Health by Increasing the Health Literacy of Pupils The main goal of PHILIP – Protection of Health by Increasing the Health Literacy of Pupils is to contribute, in cooperation with the partner organizations, to increase the health literacy levels of pupils between the age of 11-15 and to empower teachers and […]

  • DIANA

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    DIANA – DIGITAL INTELLIGENT ASSISTANT FOR NURSING APPLICATIONS There are over 9.9 million new cases of dementia each year worldwide, implying one new case every 3.2 seconds. By 2018, the global cost of dementia rises above €900 billion – 80% of which are related to formal and informal care costs. DIANA (Digital Intelligent Assistant for […]

  • Project ValueCare

    INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS

    VALUECARE – VALUE-BASED METHODOLOGY FOR INTEGRATED CARE SUPPORTED BY ICT Active, autonomous and healthy aging is one of the main challenges arising from Europe’s demographic evolution. The VALUECARE project intends to create an efficient model of integrated social and health care, aimed at improving the quality of life of older people (and their families) affected […]

  • Hands-on-Shafe

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    HANDS-ON SHAFE – HANDS-ON TRAINING AND TOOLS ON SMART HEALTHY AGE-FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENTS The Hands-on-SHAFE project aims to offer online training programs in informal learning contexts and practical tools to improve people’s skills (especially with low qualifications and / or cognitive or physical vulnerabilities), allowing them to implement Smart, Healthy, Age-friendly Environments in their own homes […]

  • LIFEBOTS Exchange

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    LIFEBOTS EXCHANGE Robots are increasingly being used in the healthcare sector as a potential solution to the current and future challenges faced by the healthcare sector. The LIFEBOTS Exchange project aims to create a new reality of care with the inclusion of social robots, through interdisciplinary, cross-sectoral and international cooperation and the exchange of people […]

  • GoodBrother

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    GOODBROTHER The aim of GoodBrother is to increase the awareness on the ethical, legal, and privacy issues associated to audio- and video-based monitoring and to propose privacy-aware working solutions for assisted living, by creating an interdisciplinary community of researchers and industrial partners from different fields (computing, engineering, healthcare, law, sociology) and other stakeholders (users, policy […]

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