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Sailing with NIVELY: Interview with Giuseppe Conti, Nively CTO

Could you tell us a few words about Nively partner? Nively is a French SME which belongs to the Waldner Group, and it operates in the silver economy market. Nively develops MentorAge(TM) a patented technology for the B2B market of nursing homes, which allows monitoring elderly people, identifying whenever a potential condition of risk is detected. In case of potential risk, the system sends an alert to the smartphones of nurses or caregiver. MentorAge(TM) is currently sold in France and Italy. [...]

CAPTAIN was the "big winner" of the 2018 Living Lab Project Awards by ENoLL

In the third edition of the Living Lab Project Awards voting, which was opened during the month of March, more than 1300 votes, from countries in South and North America, Africa, Europe, Asia and Australia, were received to highlight the best co-creation Living Lab project of the European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) community for 2018. [...]

2nd CAPTAIN Sprint: live demonstration of user-scenarios, based on the CAPTAIN system

The 2nd CAPTAIN Sprint took place from 18-29 March in AUTH, DCU and INTRAS with the participation of older adults, informal and formal caregivers and in AMEN and APSS with smaller groups of clinicians only. A total number of 112 stakeholders attended the sprint events, held in the five pilot sites of the project, some 75 of which were older adults, 28 healthcare professionals and 16 informal caregivers. [...]

Innovative progress through digitization of nursing activities: success factor digital coach

Which methods and technologies are suitable for turning the living environment of older adults into a "digital coach"? How can carers be motivated to use new technologies to anonymously collect medical, emotional and behavioural data? And how can such technologies be used to develop new forms of assisted living? In the context of these questions, two student groups from the University of Applied Sciences in Aschaffenburg have worked under the direction of Prof. Dr. med. Carsten Reuter on a survey and desk analysis with questions on regulatory and legal framework conditions and the impact of the use of innovative mental health support. [...]