The eWare consortium develops an ICT infrastructure, which is interoperable and scalable, integrating the Sensara sensor network (PIR and door sensors) and the Tessa’s social robot of Tinybots. The Sensara sensor network is used to define the ADLs of the person with dementia, using intelligent algorithms and data mining solutions on the signals. The Sensara network is connected with the Tessa robot by the eWare API, which can provide a real bidirectional interaction with the person with dementia and caregivers using the combined data (collected in the eWare Cloud) acquired from the two systems.


The eWare European project support people with dementia (in the mild to middle stage of dementia), living alone at home, to be
independent, improving their wellbeing and reducing subjective stress of the patient community and their caregivers.

Target group

People with dementia (in the mild to middle stage of dementia) and their caregivers.

Impact for citizen

Supporting people with dementia to live independently, improving their wellbeing and reducing stress.

Impact for staff

Reducing subjective stress on caregivers.

Economic impact

Reducing hospitalization costs.

Cost of product

Initial costs approx. 300 € with a monthly fee of 25 €.

Life expectancy of product

>10 years.

Other costs of acquisition and setup

Unknown yet.

Expected annual costs

Unknown yet.

Special requirements

WiFi network.

Is the product for personal use or can it be used by (how) many people?

Older people and their caregivers.

Is the product intended for training purposes?

Could be used for training purposes.

How much time is needed for the user or staff to get to know how to use of the product?

Few hours.

Has the product been presented before at other exhibitions or venues?


Experiences from practice (examples)

High interest and happy moments.

Cases stories

See project blog.