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    Forum 2016 – Save the date

    St. Gallen 26-28 September 2016 Visit the website by clicking here   The AAL Forum is the annual showcase event for the people involved in the AAL Programme’s projects and the AAL community. Each year, it brings together policy makers, ICT developers, manufacturers, health professionals, commissioners, businesses, venture companies, technologists, academics, designers, carers and, of course,…

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    Coordinators Day Call 2015

    The main aim of the workshop was to facilitate a common understanding by Call 2015 project coordinators of the key management requirements in terms of effective end-users involvement, business approach and administrative reporting. The contractor of the support action AAL2Business  informed on the business support services to be offered to AAL projects starting in 2016 and the contractors of the A…

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  • IOT

    AAL smart ageing prize

    A €50,000 Challenge Prize to identify an innovation that uses the Internet of Things to empower older adults to achieve the quality of life they aspire to, socially and independently.   The Problem Globally, the ageing population is increasing at an unprecedented rate. By 2060 one in three Europeans will be over 65. This demographic shift presents a challenge as well as an exciting commercial…

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  • AAL2BusinessAmsterdam

    HOW TO BUILD VIABLE BUSINESS MODELS IN AAL PROJECTS

    This AAL 2 Business  Methodology Workshop will take place in Amsterdam on 7 June  2016. Twenty-five participants from projects funded by the AAL programme will participate in the workshop, focused on the topic “How to build viable business models in AAL projects”. The workshop, organised in the framework of the AAL2Business Support action, aims at reporting to the participants how AAL projects can…

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  • Man and woman

    Kick-starting innovation with a €50,000 challenge prize

    Smart ageing challenge prize   It is estimated that by 2020 up to 100 billion devices will be connected to the rapidly emerging Internet of Things (IoT). And that’s just a start as more and more sensors, actuators and microcontrollers are embedded into virtually everything on the planet. At the centre of the IoT, of course, are not things at all, but us – human beings, making use of the appli…

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    Call 2016 published!

    LIVING WELL WITH DEMENTIA   The contribution of ICT to integrated solutions for enabling the wellbeing of people living with dementia and their communities    The aim of this call is to support innovative, transnational and multi-disciplinary collaborative projects with a clear route to market and added-value for the different types of end-users. A key priority underlying this challenge…

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