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Quantitative and Qualitative Rating and Ranking Studies for Consolidation of an Application Portfolio for Large Scale Pilots

Nap, Henk Herman and Berlo, Ad van and Wichert, Reiner (2014):
Quantitative and Qualitative Rating and Ranking Studies for Consolidation of an Application Portfolio for Large Scale Pilots.
VDE-Verlag GmbH, Berlin, Offenbach, In: Wohnen - Pflege - Teilhabe. Besser leben durch Technik, p. 3, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

The ReAAL project intends to deploy a critical mass of Ambient Assisted Living applications and services for ca. 7000 users in seven EU countries, based upon the universAAL platform, previously developed with EC support, with the in-tent of kick-starting the market for interoperable AAL services, applications and devices. ReAAL will facilitate the emergence of an AAL ecosystem by showing the platform usefulness, and spreading the related technical knowledge through an associated community of interest. Here, ReAAL will establish a multi-dimension evaluation methodology to measure the impact of the deployment of the AAL ecosystem in terms of the social, economic and health indicators. Whether health, safety, comfort, social integration or support of mobility - assistance might be needed in any possible aspect of daily life. From an investment point of view, the AAL market should allow individuals in danger of losing in-dependence to pick the set of applications and services of Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) over time in conjunction with actual needs, as they arise. Open platforms are supposed to be the enabler for such gradual system evolution and support products and services to become more affordable, future-proof, adaptable, and accessible. The ReAAL project investigates these assumptions via a number of pilots, each with a different focus. If the platform's usefulness can be shown and the related technical knowledge is spread to an associated community of interest, a self-organizing AAL ecosystem will emerge, from which diverse stakeholders will benefit: application and technology vendors, service providers, public authorities and policy makers, sponsors, and the consumer masses, foremost those people who wish to be able to avoid dependency on nursing homes, preferring to continue to live independently in their own homes.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2014
Creators: Nap, Henk Herman and Berlo, Ad van and Wichert, Reiner
Title: Quantitative and Qualitative Rating and Ranking Studies for Consolidation of an Application Portfolio for Large Scale Pilots
Language: English
Abstract:

The ReAAL project intends to deploy a critical mass of Ambient Assisted Living applications and services for ca. 7000 users in seven EU countries, based upon the universAAL platform, previously developed with EC support, with the in-tent of kick-starting the market for interoperable AAL services, applications and devices. ReAAL will facilitate the emergence of an AAL ecosystem by showing the platform usefulness, and spreading the related technical knowledge through an associated community of interest. Here, ReAAL will establish a multi-dimension evaluation methodology to measure the impact of the deployment of the AAL ecosystem in terms of the social, economic and health indicators. Whether health, safety, comfort, social integration or support of mobility - assistance might be needed in any possible aspect of daily life. From an investment point of view, the AAL market should allow individuals in danger of losing in-dependence to pick the set of applications and services of Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) over time in conjunction with actual needs, as they arise. Open platforms are supposed to be the enabler for such gradual system evolution and support products and services to become more affordable, future-proof, adaptable, and accessible. The ReAAL project investigates these assumptions via a number of pilots, each with a different focus. If the platform's usefulness can be shown and the related technical knowledge is spread to an associated community of interest, a self-organizing AAL ecosystem will emerge, from which diverse stakeholders will benefit: application and technology vendors, service providers, public authorities and policy makers, sponsors, and the consumer masses, foremost those people who wish to be able to avoid dependency on nursing homes, preferring to continue to live independently in their own homes.

Publisher: VDE-Verlag GmbH, Berlin, Offenbach
Uncontrolled Keywords: Business Field: Digital society, Research Area: Human computer interaction (HCI), Ambient assisted living (AAL), Smart environments, Business models, Interoperability, Open platforms
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Interactive Graphics Systems
Event Title: Wohnen - Pflege - Teilhabe. Besser leben durch Technik
Date Deposited: 12 Nov 2018 11:16
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