AALIANCE2

The AALIANCE2 project, funded by the European Commission's ICT Programme within the European Framework Programme, will continue and built upon the successful work and the wide network already established in the AALIANCE Innovation platform (2008-2010).
Subject of the Coordination Action will be Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) solutions based on advanced ICT technologies for ageing and wellbeing of older persons in Europe. AALIANCE2 seeks to:

Online Repository of Standards for AAL Updated

Standardisation and interoperability are key market factors for the success of AAL solutions. Many AAL systems combine components from different domains like networks, telecommunication, home automation, medical technology and consumer electronics. These domains have specific standards that in some cases need to be adapted for AAL. Furthermore, there are standards on ergonomics, accessibility and usability that are helpful in designing systems that can be used by all people.

New AAL Roadmap

The main results of the WP2 are the AALIANCE2 AAL Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) and Roadmap 2014.
The SRA is a short report summarising the main outcomes about AAL technologies and service scenarios obtained out during the project.
Differently the Roadmap describes in depth all the contents analised and investigated during the study, from the needs of AAL stakeholders to key AAL services and technologies and the key issues for the implementation of these innovations in AAL.

7th AALIANCE2 Workshop

Technologies for an aging society will be an important part of how we will be able to maintain and improve quality of life for older individuals at a societal scale.
The AALIANCE2 project, funded by the European Commission's ICT Programme within the European Framework Programme, continues to build upon the successful work and the wide network already established in the AALIANCE Innovation platform (2008-2010).

AALIANCE2 Final Conference

Objectives

The AALIANCE2 Final Conference aims to present the results achieved by the project and to disclose the future framework of the AALIANCE Network. Particularly, the new AALIANCE AAL Roadmap and Strategic Research Agenda and investigations on current standards related to AAL technologies will be presented. Additionally a round table will be organized for discussion and exchange of experiences from different stakeholders’ perspective.

European Knowledge Tree Group 2014 Conference

The European Knowledge Tree Group (EKTG) has met periodically since the Ambient Assisted Living Forum in Odense in 2010. Recent meetings include sessions at AAL 2013 in Sweden and at the TSA event in Birmingham. It is an ad hoc high level group drawn from across technology, finance, service, policy and innovation sectors it has drilled into the barriers and drivers around mainstream market uptake of independent living services, including:

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