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The Drink Smart project develops an intelligent drinking system to prevent dehydration. Drink Smart allows elderly people to continue to live at home and supports caregivers.
The European AAL project FEARLESS developed 3-D visual computing algorithms which automatically detect falls and enable ageing without fear.
Local provision of convenience goods in rural areas is a challenge, especially for elderly and less mobile people. The collaboratively developed ICT platform GreisslerPLUS offers solutions.
A computer-based toilet system which allows independent living with more dignity and reduces care requirements.
The moduLAAr project is Austria’s first test region and demonstrates the positive effect of AAL technology on the quality of life of elderly people. Tests were carried out in fifty flats in Burgenland.
The project implements integrated Ambient Assisted Living (AAL)-solutions in one hundred test households in Styria, mostly in urban regions, and evaluates their effectiveness scientifically.
The project RelaxedCare developed a solution which not only increases the wellbeing of elderly people, but also reduces the burden and stress on relatives.
The senTOUR project offers a tourist service adapted to the needs of elderly people. They can explore the Gesäuse National Park using a web-based information portal and a mobile app.
The European AAL project wellbeing tackles the issue of health in the workplace: the online platform gives feedback on unhealthy behaviour and provides nutrition advice and stress management.
The project WEST-AAL (AAL Test Region Western Austria) tests individual bundled solutions for elderly people living in different housing and care situations in Tyrol and Vorarlberg.
How can apartments be improved such that older people have the possibility to live more independently and stay as long as possible in their own homes? The ZentrAAL project - Salzburg Test Region for AAL Technologies aims to test innovative technologies.