The project is currently negotiating with potential commercial partners form the UK. In the current stage they plan to arrange a bigger pilot (around 100 users) in which SOFTCARE will be integrated with an existing commercial system (they will use their gateway and, probably, web interface).

Only after the results of this second pilot they will be able to bring SOFTCARE results to the market but, according the consortium position, it will be done by integrating the SOFTCARE bracelet and algorithms (for fall detection and activity recognition) in an existing commercial product. In parallel they are currently studying alternatives uses for the SOFTCARE results.

This is how we help projects delivering social innovation!

We, at the AAL Joint Programme, are seriously committed in helping our projects to go to market so that they can deliver for the good of individuals, society and economy. This is social Innovation.

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