INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS Archives

  • Smartwork

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    Smartwork (Smart Age-friendly Living and Working Environment) financed by the European Union, under Horizon 2020, aims at developing and validating innovative digital solutions so older workers can remain actively involved in their working life by helping them to renew their work skills and adopt healthier lifestyles, taking into account any age-related health conditions. The project […]

  • DAPAS

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    DAPAS (Deploying AAL Packages at Scale) aims at delivering a innovative solution, which is based on the needs of older adults and their relatives. The project will bring together successful outputs of previous AAL projects, like Emma, DALIA, zocaalo, kwido and RelaxedCare, developed from different companies in different countries. These innovative solutions will be combined […]

  • Toilet4Me

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    Toilet4Me project aims to create a smart bathroom, suitable for the older public. It is addressed to older people but also to all others who have disabilities and certain needs when using toilets outside the home, in public or semi-public environments. It seeks to create a system that is able to adapt itself to the […]

  • LIFEBOTS Exchange

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    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 and knowledge. A […]

  • Jumpair

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    Jumpair (H2020 project – SME Instrument) Randomized controlled trial of Class IIa Medical Device. The Jumpair project aims to develop a prototype of an innovative device that combines an anti-decubitus massage system located underneath the wearer’s body with a cross-opening through an airflow. The prototype’s differentiating structure has sensors that measure body pressure, humidity, and […]

  • AVIK Project

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    The Avik Project is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union. Avik aims the exchange of intercultural skills for social inclusion. The objective of this project is to transfer, adapt regionally and evaluate 3 good practice models from 3 European project partners, for all European partners and other institutions. Social integration is a […]

  • Hands-on-Shafe

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    The Hands-on-Shafe project aims to provide a robust, safe and replicable digital solution for integrated social and health care to improve the quality of life and well-being of older people (with cognitive decline, conditions or multiple comorbidities), and their formal and informal caregivers. The project will be tested in Europe on 7 large-scale pilots, with […]

  • IGCAL

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    The IGCAL project, approved by the Erasmus+ program of the European Commission, aims to increase the quality of adult education. To this end, it proposes to develop a pedagogical tool to map the basic learning parameters of adult learners and thus support the creation and access to professional qualification pathways.

  • GrowMeUp

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    GrowMeUp (2015-2018) was a Research and Innovation project, co-funded by the European Union under the Framework Programme Horizon 2020 with the following partnership • University of Coimbra (Portugal) • University of Geneva (Switzerland) • Atrium-Orbis: Cure and Care organization (Netherlands) • University of Cyprus (Cyprus) • PAL Robotics (Spain) • ProBayes (France) • Citard IT […]

  • CaMeLi

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    CaMeLi was a project developed by a consortium led by SIEMENS in Germany and Instituto Pedro Nunes (IPN) in Portugal, funded under the AAL Joint Program (http://www.cameli.eu/). The innovative idea of the project was to provide a system that works through an avatar, aiming to simulate the way the older person was used to or […]

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