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McCrindle, R.J.; Williams, V.M.; Victor, C.R.; Harvey, A.P.; Nyman, S.R.; Barrett, J.; Hogarth, H.A.; Levene, P.; Smith, R.; Panek, P.; Edelmayer, G.; Mayer, P.; Needham, P.; Floratos, N. (2010)
Publisher: International Society for Virtual Rehabilitation
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: psy
Older people increasingly want to remain living independently in their own homes. The aim of the ENABLE project is to develop a wearable device that can be used both within and outside of the home to support older people in their daily lives and which can monitor their health status, detect potential problems, provide activity reminders and offer communication and alarm services. In order to determine the specifications and functionality required for development of the device user surveys and focus groups were undertaken and use case analysis and scenario modeling carried out. The project has resulted in the development of a wrist worn device and mobile phone combination that can support and assist older and vulnerable wearers with a range of activities and services both inside and outside of their homes. The device is currently undergoing pilot trials in five European countries. The aim of this paper is to describe the ENABLE device, its features and services, and the infrastructure within which it operates.
  • The results below are discovered through our pilot algorithms. Let us know how we are doing!

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