Participation to EWAHA 2022

H2HCare consortium has been represented at EUROPEAN WEEK OF ACTIVE AND HEALTHY AGEING in Gdansk Poland, 18-20 October, by the coordinator, The Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (TUC). TUC team members participated to several interesting workshops, created awareness about H2HCare results among participants and interacted with other AAL projects representatives. TUC team helped organizing the “TheContinue reading “Participation to EWAHA 2022”

Poster at UNIGE Data Science Day

On September 15, 2022, HUG represented by Laëtitia Gosetto presented a poster at the UNIGE Data Science Day, a scientific symposium for researchers at the UNIGE, which takes place at the beginning of the academic year: The poster references the AAL projects involving the EvaLab team from HUG including H2HCare. Significant benefits for using theContinue reading “Poster at UNIGE Data Science Day”

Editorial about intelligent environments

H2HCare coordinator has published an editorial in the Sensors journal as an introduction for the Special Issue Emerging Sensors Techniques and Technologies for Intelligent Environments edited by Tudor Cioara and Ionut Anghel: Anghel, I.; Cioara, T. Emerging Sensors Techniques and Technologies for Intelligent Environments. Sensors 2022, 22, 6427. The Special Issue features thirteen published articles about state-of-the-art solutionsContinue reading “Editorial about intelligent environments”

First Longitudinal Field Trials finished

In June the first Longitudinal Field Trials (LFT) carried out in Switzerland in HUG premises finished. The feedback gathered was included in deliverable D3.5 and will be used to improve the H2hCare prototype and release a new version by end of August. The second LFT will take place in Norway in SN premisses starting fromContinue reading “First Longitudinal Field Trials finished”

H2HCare at Cyprus Open Collaborative Workshop

On 28/06/2022 TUC participated to an open workshop held in Cyprus and organized by Materia Group. The workshop was focused on presenting ICT solutions from AAL projects that can help older adults with specific instruments and systems. Experts elaborated on the concerns and challenges these technologies face, and more specifically within the EU context.

New article in Sensors WoS Q2 journal

In the context of H2HCare project, TUC published a new scientific article in Sensors journal, quartile Q2 in Web of Science: Chifu VR, Pop CB, Rancea AM, Morar A, Cioara T, Antal M, Anghel I. Deep Learning, Mining, and Collaborative Clustering to Identify Flexible Daily Activities Patterns. Sensors. 2022; 22(13):4803. Abstract: The monitoring of theContinue reading “New article in Sensors WoS Q2 journal”

AAL and H2020 projects implementation workshop

Prof. Tudor Cioara chaired an workshop about “Participation in European projects” with H2020 and AAL projects use cases on 24 May 2022, virtual environment. At the workshop more than 50 researchers from TUC participated for discussing the main challenges of coordinating/participating in an EU project. The results from different projects, including H2HCare, were presented. TheContinue reading “AAL and H2020 projects implementation workshop”

Article in Future Internet Journal

TUC team has published a new article in the Future Internet Open Acess Journal, Web of Science indexed. The paper is titled “A Review of Blockchain Technology Applications in Ambient Assisted Living”. It contains a review of the research literature in the area of using blockchain technologies to solve Ambient Assisted Living systems’ data privacyContinue reading “Article in Future Internet Journal”

Longitudinal Field Trials in CH

The first Longitudinal Field Trials of the project are currently run in Switzerland and coordinated by HUG consortium partner. The enrolled end-users are currently testing the H2HCare prototype in their homes. Healthcare professionals will also test the parts of the platform dedicated to them. Feedback will be gathered, incorporated in a project deliverable and willContinue reading “Longitudinal Field Trials in CH”