MoMo – MobilityMotivator

Mo Mo Project Overview

 

Objectives

By combining state of the art technologies into a multi-player gaming environment, MoMo – SMART AGEING CONCEPT- will provide an innovative solution to motivate older adults to increase physical activity and exercise cognitive skills. MoMo Concept will: enable the physician’s supervision to avoid injury; educate older people on the benefits of physical activity/cognitive training; tailor activities to the older adults condition and ability; provide both indoor and outdoor activities and increase the participation of women in these activities; offer a cost effective solution using ICT technologies.

Expected results and impact

The at-home functionalities of Mobility Motivator will include tele-measurement of range of motion and video conferencing facilities with supervision by medical professionals, support staff or family members as well as a gaming environment. A multi-player outdoor mobile gaming environment will provide a truly innovative and enjoyable approach to a smart, healthy living and ageing.

Furthermore, MoMo Concept will provide those for whom the care and welfare of the elderly end user is of particular concern.

Partners

Partners involved in the MoMo project

OrganizationTypeCountryWebsite
Laboratoire d’Ingénierie de Systèmes, (University of Versailles-St Quentin en Yvelines)R&DFrancewww.lisv.uvsq.fr
IAT, University of WestphalienR&DGermanywww.iatge.de
AudematSMEFrancewww.audemat.com
Studio 352SMELuxemburgwww.studio352.lu
Inventya LtdLarge IndustryUnited Kingdomwww.inventya.com
E-SENIORSEnd UserFrancewww.e-seniors.asso.fr
Hôpitaux Universitaires de GenèveEnd UserSwitzerlandwww.hug-ge.ch
German Red Cross MettmannEnd UserGermanywww.drk-mettmann.de
La MoscaSMEBelgiumwww.lamosca.be
  • Project name:  A motivating game-like environment for the promotion and monitoring of mobility and cognitive skills amongst older adults
  • Website: www.mobility-motivator.uvsq.fr
  • Coordinator: LISV-UVSQ (Versailles Laboratory of Engineering and Systems – University of Versailles Saint Quentin-en-Yvelines).
  • Duration: 36 Months
  • Starting Date: 01.06.2012
  • Total budget: € 4.026.476
  • Public contribution€ 2.072.406

Contact

Prof. Yasser ALAYLI, LISV-UVSQ

Sanja Vujacic

E.: momo-office@lisv.uvsq.fr

T.: +33 1 39 25 47 68

 

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