Research Unit Active & Assisted Living (AAL)
Integrated services for teleapplications promoting healthy ageing like telemonitoring and telerehabilitation.
Increase health, wellbeing, safety and social participation of older adults.
Impact for citizen
Increase of health competency (health awareness and empowerment), health prevention and rehabilitation using teleapplications; foster social participation and social inclusion; increase user competency regarding digital information and communication tools.
Impact for staff
Support a digitalization process in caring institutions that is adapted to the need of users, carers and other staff; increase efficiency in telerehabilitation processes.
Economic impact (What kind of business case might be foreseen – for user, staff, healthcare provider, municipality etc). Supporting measures for primary health prevention, leading to a longer, independent, active and healthy living.
Cost of product
Life expectancy of product
Other costs of acquisition and setup
Expected annual costs
Is the product for personal use or can it be used by (how) many people?
The applications serve as supporting tools for primary users and secondary users. The benefit is mainly created by the interaction between primary and secondary users (e.g. life-long learning and comprehensive care…)
Is the product intended for training purposes?
Some products are, yes.
How much time is needed for the user or staff to get to know how to use of the product?
Has the product been presented before at other exhibitions or venues?
The research unit presents several products and projects. Some of them have already been shown at other events.
Experiences from practice (examples)
Tested in large scale pilot projects.