Wednesday, 27 March 2019
02:00 pm - 03:30 pm
From AAL Systems to computer supported rehabilitation – this session invites you to reflect on the users’ and market needs versus the current technological possibilities for health and wellbeing in the modern world. The discussed use cases range from Activity Recognition, Health Monitoring, Emergency Recognition, Home Training to Rehabilitation supported by robotics, sensors, virtual reality and gamification. Find out about how to identify find the best engineering level for modern computed-aided rehabilitation, which fulfills the therapeutic requirements without over-engineering the systems. Last but not the lest learn how engaging with cities and municipalities to create more effective urban organizations and systems that can improve the quality of life
Johannes Oberzaucher, Daniela Krainer, IARA – Institute for Applied Research on Ageing, FH Kärnten, Active and Assisted Living (AAL) and Active and Healthy Ageing (AHA) – Chances and challenges for the integration of innovative approaches in the daily life of older people.
Wolfgang Schaffer, bit media, fit4AAL – ILSE, an innovative health system for the future
Alexander Kollreider, Tyromotion, Modern Technology in Neuro Rehabilitation
Tuccio Loria, Senior Manager – EMEA Smart City at Analog Devices EcoSystem Enablement Group, Smart Cities - From Sensors to Cloud