DFKI-LT - SmartSenior

SmartSenior

Logo: SmartSenior

In order to maintain a good standard of living for senior citizens, the SmartSenior alliance has three goals:

  1. Living conditions which promote health should be created and safeguarded.
  2. Active participation in social life should be made possible and promoted.
  3. Mobility, safety and independence should be maintained and extended.

The following list demonstrates the concrete technological approach taken by SmartSenior:

DFKI contributes to the sub-projects (TP) 2 "emergency assistance", TP3 "Integrated health care for mobility and quality of life", TP 4 "security for the household and service portal for comfortable living," TP 8 "Adapted etwork and service infrastructure "and 9" User-friendly design and evaluation "

Funded by:Federal Ministry of Education and Research
Project Manager:Norbert Reithinger (Norbert.Reithinger@dfki.de)
Contact:Norbert Reithinger (Norbert.Reithinger@dfki.de)
Duration: 01.04.2009 - 30.09.2012
Partners:GermanyAIS Automations- und Informationssysteme GmbH,
GermanyAlcatel-Lucent Deutschland AG,
GermanyBMW Group,
GermanyCharité Universitätsmedizin Berlin,
GermanyClinpath GmbH,
GermanyDeutsche Stiftung für chronisch Kranke,
GermanyDeutsche Telekom AG,
GermanyEICT GmbH,
GermanyFraunhofer-Institut,
Germanygetemed AG,
GermanyGEWOBA Potsdam GmbH,
GermanyGHC Global Healthcare GmbH,
GermanyHumotion GmbH,
Germanyjambit GmbH,
GermanyJohanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e.V.,
GermanyKlinikum Südstadt Rostock,
GermanyMax-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung,
GermanynobisCum Risk Solutions GmbH,
GermanyOtto Bock Healthcare GmbH,
GermanyPrisma GmbH,
GermanyPRO POTSDAM GmbH,
GermanyQiro GmbH,
GermanyRadon Labs,
GermanySchmerzzentrum Berlin,
GermanySiemens AG,
GermanyTU Berlin,
GermanyTembit Software GmbH,
GermanyVivantes