Population ageing is severely challenging health- and social-care systems. By fostering ageing at home, both quality of life and care sustainability may improve. The NOAH (Not Alone At Home) Project, funded in the framework of AAL-JP European Programme, aims at introducing innovative technologies supporting independent living of older adults. Internet of things devices, cloud technologies, artificial intelligence and are exploited to provide a comprehensive framework suitable for continuous monitoring, based on behavioral analysis. End-users are deeply involved in both the design and testing phases, supporting trust, accessibility and acceptability of the proposed solutions.

The NOAH project: Internet of things supporting seniors’ independent living / Mosoi, A. A.; Moraru, S. -A.; Ungureanu, D.; Perniu, L.; Sandu, F.; Kristaly, D.; Broeckx, L.; Mertens, M.; Debard, G.; Riccomini, A.; Lasagna, L.; Guenzberg, A.; Petre, V.; Hanke, S.; Mora, N.; Cocconcelli, F.; Matrella, G.; Ciampolini, P.. - 2492:(2019), pp. 94-105. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2019 Joint Poster and Workshop Sessions of AmI, AmI 2019 and 2019 European Conference on Ambient Intelligence tenutosi a Roma, Italia nel 13-15 novembre 2019.

The NOAH project: Internet of things supporting seniors’ independent living

Mora N.;Cocconcelli F.;Matrella G.;Ciampolini P.
2019

Abstract

Population ageing is severely challenging health- and social-care systems. By fostering ageing at home, both quality of life and care sustainability may improve. The NOAH (Not Alone At Home) Project, funded in the framework of AAL-JP European Programme, aims at introducing innovative technologies supporting independent living of older adults. Internet of things devices, cloud technologies, artificial intelligence and are exploited to provide a comprehensive framework suitable for continuous monitoring, based on behavioral analysis. End-users are deeply involved in both the design and testing phases, supporting trust, accessibility and acceptability of the proposed solutions.
The NOAH project: Internet of things supporting seniors’ independent living / Mosoi, A. A.; Moraru, S. -A.; Ungureanu, D.; Perniu, L.; Sandu, F.; Kristaly, D.; Broeckx, L.; Mertens, M.; Debard, G.; Riccomini, A.; Lasagna, L.; Guenzberg, A.; Petre, V.; Hanke, S.; Mora, N.; Cocconcelli, F.; Matrella, G.; Ciampolini, P.. - 2492:(2019), pp. 94-105. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2019 Joint Poster and Workshop Sessions of AmI, AmI 2019 and 2019 European Conference on Ambient Intelligence tenutosi a Roma, Italia nel 13-15 novembre 2019.
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