INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS Archives

  • Pharaon

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    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 […]

  • Project ValueCare

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    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 […]

  • PlatformUptake.eu

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    PLATFORMUPTAKE.EU The PlatformUptake.eu project is an action to coordinate and support the European Commission for digital platforms supporting Active and Healthy Ageing. Ageing presents one of the greatest socio-economic challenges of the 21st century. According to estimates more than 20% of Europeans will be 65 or older by 2025. Reacting to demographic shifts and ageing in general, and guaranteeing […]

  • 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 […]

  • SmartWork

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    SMARTWORK – SMART AGE-FRIENDLY LIVING AND WORKING ENVIRONMENTS SmartWork is a European project that addresses one of the main challenges faced by today’s older generation, which involves living and working longer than their ancestors, through the design and creation of smart, age-friendly living and working spaces. SmartWork will create an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system centered […]

  • EU_SHAFE

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    EU_SHAFE – EUROPE ENABLING SMART HEALTHY AGE-FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENTS  Oficially started on August 2019, the EU_SHAFE project aims at improving policies and practices in 7 European regions by developing a comprehensive approach to Smart Healthy Age-Friendly Environments (SHAFE). Through a ‘learning by sharing’ methodology, the project Consortium, composed by a well balanced group of multi-disciplinary actors […]

  • DAPAS

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    DAPAS – DEPLOYING AAL PACKAGES AT SCALE DAPAS 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • NET4AGE-FRIENDLY

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    NET4AGE -FRIENDLY The main aim is to develop an international ecosystem based in an interdisciplinary network of researchers and stakeholders from all sectors that enables the practice and deployment of Smart Healthy Age-Friendly Environments (SHAFE). As this COST Action (named NET4AGE-FRIENDLY) is formed by different members of working groups on age-friendly environments, including participants from […]

  • 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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