The Consortium Partners

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INRCA is the only Italian Research institute specifically focused on geriatric and gerontological topics. This peculiar position allows INRCA to carry out high-quality clinical and translational research in biomedical and health care services areas, as well as to provide evidence and recommendations to private and public institutions concerning the socio-economic impact of ageing.

INRCA
Via S. Margherita, 5
60124 Ancona
Italy
direzionescientifica@inrca.it

DomoSafety is a start-up company created in 2011 with the purpose to help increase independence and security for the elderly living at home. We propose innovative prevention and alarm services in the e-health and e-care sector, thus bringing peace of mind, not only to the elderly, but also to the family and professional caregivers.

DomoSafety SA
EPFL – Innovation Parc, B
1015 Lausanne
Switzerland
info@domo-safety.com

ArieLAB Srl was established in 2004 as a spin-off company of the Marche Polytechnic University, initially aimed at working in the field of systems and applications for the upcoming Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting service. Experiences and know-how developed in this field were later applied in the area of Ambient Assisted Living. ArieLAB provides R&D services for the design of assistive devices and applications, with a specific focus on the needs of elderly and people affected by dementia, and their families or caregivers, both in home or nursing-home environments.

ArieLAB Srl
Via Casine di Paterno snc
60131 Frazione Paterno
Ancona, ITALY
info@arielab.com

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iHomeLab of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (HSLU) is a leading research centre for building intelligence in Switzerland. Its main goal is to promote and implement our vision of assistive technology in a networked world to bring true value to all stakeholders. Together with over 200 partners the interdisciplinary team conducts applied research in the areas of ambient assisted living, human system interaction, energy efficiency and the Internet of Things.

Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts
iHomeLab
Technikumstrasse 21
6048 Horw
info@ihomelab.ch

Karde is an advisory, multidisciplinary SME. Karde provides innovation-based consultancy and development services in two main areas:

  1. Ecosystems of accessible and useful assistive technologies for persons with cognitive challenges.
  2. Interoperability in the public sector and industry, with special emphasis on semantic and organisational interoperability.

Within area 1, Karde has long experience from AAL JP projects (Mylife, T&Tnet and PIA). In Home4Dem, Karde contributes with end user involvement, system and service design and development, as well as user experince design.

Karde AS
Ringveien 28
3070 Sande
Norway
www.karde.no

Trelleborgs kommun, the municipality of Trelleborg is most southern municipality in the country of Sweden with approximately 43 000 inhabitants. The demographic development for Trelleborg until 2030 (15 years) indicates that the population over 80 years increases with 60%

The elderly care in Trelleborgs kommun has since mid 2014 been involved in a couple of project in digital health and welfare technology.

In Home4Dem Trelleborgs kommun contributes with end users and professional care givers.

Socialförvaltningen
Trelleborgs kommun
Östergatan 71
231 21 Trelleborg
Sweden
www.trelleborg.se

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With eight faculties, Lund University has strong research in many different fields and conducts cross-disciplinary research to tackle complex challenges. Centre for Ageing and Supportive Environments, CASE is a national centre of excellence for research on ageing and older people involving three of the faculties at Lund University. The centre is funded by the Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare.

CASE, Department of Health Sciences
Lund University
Box 157
SE-221 00 Lund
Sweden
www.med.lu.se/english/case

Founded in 1987 with entrepreneurial spirit supported by considerable creative skills, Automa is a company involved in design, engineering and production of systems, electronic equipment and software for applications in the professional, industrial and civil field.

Automa Srl
Via Casine di Paterno snc
60131 Frazione Paterno
Ancona, ITALY
info@byautoma.com

Eichenberger-Szenografie is a design company based in Lucerne, Switzerland. We develop design concepts and produce exhibitions, films, objects and graphic user interfaces for a wide range of clients. Our award winning graphic user interfaces for the two AAL projects «Confidence» and «RelaxedCare» are based on a user centered design process and entirely focused on user experience.

Eichenberger-Szenografie
Mythenstrasse 7
6003 Lucerne
Switzerland
contact@szenografie.com

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Università Politecnica delle Marche, formerly known as Università degli Studi di Ancona, was recognized as a state University on January 18, 1971. It is located in Ancona (Italy) and offers undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as PhD Courses, in Agriculture, Engineering, Economics, Medicine and Marine Biology. The Engineering Faculty hosts vanguard scientific and technical laboratories, mainly operating in the fields of renewable energy sources, biotechnology, environment protection, telecommunications, microelectronics, new materials and nanotechnologies. The Telecommunication Systems Team is involved in Home4Dem, supporting the Italian SME’s and contributing its long-lasting R&D experience in the AAL domain, both at regional and national levels.

Telecommunication Systems Team
Department of Information Engineering (DII)
Università Politecnica delle Marche
Via Brecce Bianche 12 – 60131 Ancona (ITALY)
www.tlc.dii.univpm.it

The Smart Environments Research Group of the University of Ulster has a national and international reputation for undertaking and leading fore-front high-quality research in the area of Ambient Assisted Living. It has competencies in the design,  development and evaluation of smart homes, assistive technologies, pervasive and mobile computing and intelligent assistive systems.

Ulster University
Shore Road
Newtownabbey
Northern Ireland
BT37 0QB
cd.nugent@ulster.ac.uk