FARSEEING researchers have updated the guidelines for design and implementation of technologies to incorporate the user feedback from our falls alarm trial and further stakeholder consultation across Europe.
The FARSEEING consortium has developed a taxonomy of technologies to address the problem of describing, reporting and interpreting interventions that involve use of technologies. The taxonomy will enable a common language for describing the technologies being assessed. Links to the hard copy and online tool are provided.
The White Paper on the interim results of the FARSEEING project has now been released. The white paper presents a series of issues which the FARSEEING project aims to tackle and then provides the recommended solutions for these issues, if available, or the work that has been done so far by the project to respond to each […]
D5.1 is a report on telemedicine service models: “Report on the rationale behind, and description of telemedicine models to be developed through the project within the areas of detection of real falls, assessment of risk of falling and exercise guidance, and description of how the universAAL platform can be developed to fit the needs of […]