INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS Archives

  • 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 […]

  • Toilet4MeToo

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    TOILET4METOO Toilet for Me Too (T4METoo) provides a supportive, autonomy promoting, smart toilet solution for older people and people of all ages living with some form of disability when using a toilet in public or semi-public environments (e.g. in community centres, town halls, shopping malls, museums, theatres, hotels etc.). T4METoo is the follow-up of Toilet4me […]

  • IGCAL

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    IGCAL – IMPROVING GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING IN ADULT LEARNING IGCAL is a two-year long project of Erasmus+KA204 – Strategic Partnerships for adult education. It is a cooperation between four adult education institutions: AFEdemy, Academy on age-friendly environments in Europe B.V. from The Netherlands, Caritas Coimbra from Portugal, Ljudska univerza Celje from Slovenia and Työväen Akatemia […]

  • AVIK

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    AVIK – EXCHANGE OF INTERCULTURAL SKILLS FOR SOCIAL INCLUSION 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 […]

  • Toilet4me

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    Toilet4me 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • GrowMeUp

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    GrowMeUp An innovative service robot for ambient assisted living environmentsIt is feasible with today´s technology to build a robot that can interact with older people in a more human way? It is possible that this robot learns to cope with the changing needs and habits of individuals and therefore dynamically adapts its functionality, managing to […]

  • CaMeLi

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    CaMeLi – Care Me for Life was a project developed by a consortium led by SIEMENS in Germany and Instituto Pedro Nunes (IPN) in Portugal, funded under the AAL Joint Programme (http://www.aal-europe.eu/projects/cameli/). The innovative idea of the project was to provide a system that works through an avatar, aiming to simulate the way the older […]

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