The consortium has published a new deliverable, D1.2, that presents the 1st version of the system architecture together with the building services, the envisioned functionalities and technologies to be used and integrated in H2HCare solution. More details can be found in the Library section of the site.
The Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (TUC), H2HCare project coordinator participated at the 7th International Conference on Advancements of Medicine and Health Care through Technology (ONLINE CONFERENCE) – MediTech2020, held between 13 – 15 October 2020. The MediTech 2020 conference provides a special opportunity for the scientists to exchange their know-how and build up collaboration in one of theContinue reading “MediTech 2020 conference participation”
We have interviewed some seniors in Norway as to their thoughts of the usefulness of the H2Hcare system – all in the name of user-driven-design. The seniors were selected from voluntary members of the NGO Seniornett and 6 patients and 5 informal caregivers were interviewed. They were all in the age group 69 to 82Continue reading “H2Hcare – what some Norwegian seniors think”
The H2HCare project coordinator Technical University of Cluj-Napoca has participated at the 2020 IEEE 16th International Conference on Intelligent Computer Communication and Processing with a research paper about older adults activity recognition in AAL environments. A. V. Vesa, V. Simion, R. Rus, M. Antal, C. Pop, I. Anghel, T. Cioara and I. Salomie,“Human Activity Recognition usingContinue reading “Research article and participation at the ICCP2020 conference”
TUC published a review paper about smart environments and social robots in a Q1 (top) web of knowledge journal, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Impact Factor 2.84. Anghel, I.; Cioara, T.; Moldovan, D.; Antal, M.; Pop, C.D.; Salomie, I.; Pop, C.B.; Chifu, V.R. Smart Environments and Social Robots for Age-Friendly Integrated CareContinue reading “H2HCare state of the art and vision journal paper”
The kick-off meeting of the Active and Assisted Living (AAL) European project H2HCare (Social robot-based solution for elders’ Care management and coaching after discharge from Hospital to Home) took place Wednesday 22.04.2020. The meeting was organized by the H2HCare coordinator, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca and due to the current EU context, was held online viaContinue reading “H2HCare kick-off meeting”