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Robots in Assisted Living Environments as an Unobtrusive, Efficient, Reliable and Modular Solution for Independent Ageing: The RADIO Perspective

Christos Antonopoulos; Georgios Keramidas; Nikolaos S. Voros; Michael Hübner; Diana Gohringer; Maria Dagioglou; Theodoros Giannakopoulos; Stasinos Konstantopoulos; Vangelis Karkaletsis;
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  • Published: 31 Mar 2015
Abstract
Demographic and epidemiologic transitions in Europe have brought a new health care paradigm where life expectancy is increasing as well as the need for long-term care. To meet the resulting challenge, European healthcare systems need to take full advantage of new opportunities offered by technical advancements in ICT. The RADIO project explores a novel approach to user acceptance and unobtrusiveness: an integrated smart home/assistant robot system where health monitoring equipment is an obvious and accepted part of the user’s daily life. By using the smart home/assistant robot as sensing equipment for health monitoring, we mask the functionality of t...
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free text keywords: Assisted living, Information and Communications Technology, Modular design, business.industry, business, Life expectancy, Telecommunications, Home automation, Computer science, Health care, Human–computer interaction, Wireless sensor network, Robot
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Robots in assisted living environments: Unobtrusive, efficient, reliable and modular solutions for independent ageing
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 643892
  • Funding stream: H2020 | RIA
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