With a budget of almost €4 Million, the EU-funded Holobalance project aims to develop and validate a new personalised hologram coach platform for virtual coaching, motivation and empowerment of the ageing population with balance disorders.
The CAPTAIN project is creating a smart personal coach for your home. It uses technologies that collect and analyze emotional, behavioural and physiological data in a noninvasive manner. Have a look at the video.
By employing Ambient Intelligence (AmI) techniques and constant sensory monitoring, the European ICT4Life project has developed a system for analysing motion and behaviour patterns of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s patients.
Using Internet of Things (IoT), ActivAge aims to prolong and support the independent living of older adults, responding at the same time to real needs of caregivers, service providers and public authorities. Have a look at the video to see how this works.
The My-AHA (My Active and Healthy Ageing) project aims to reduce frailty risk by improving physical activity, cognitive functions, psychological state, social resources, nutrition, sleep as well as overall well-being. The project is recruiting volunteers over 60 years old for its test phase.
The EU-backed Sound Of Vision project developed a solution for visually-impaired people: composed of 3D cameras and sensors, the device processes data from surrounding objects and feeds it back to the user in the form of spatial sounds and vibration from a wearable belt.
A new app developed by the EU-funded HeartMan project is designed to give heart failure patients extra support in everyday tasks and routine. According to Sofia Marchã from the European Heart Network, this contributes to improving patients' overall quality of life.