AAL for Elderly and Disabled People

  • Support to learning of people cognitively challenged creating environments that merge e-learning technologies, social and mobile computing and context awareness and reasoning to enhance user experience and facilitate content acquisition and understanding.
  • Alternative and augmentative communication strategies and tools to help people communicate regardless their capacities.
  • Guidance and spatial orientation of people outdoors and inside buildings
  • Support to orientation and navigation in time (recognition of the current time of the day, understand the tasks and appointments ahead) of children with autism, elderly with mild dementia, etc.
  • Control of the user environment (household appliances, domotics, clima, toys, etc.) in order to support autonomy.
  • Support to carer (family and formal caregivers) unobtrusively monitoring the user and his/her environment informing about risk and emergency situations such as falls, inactivity, etc.
  • Quality of Life assessment based in artificial intelligence analysis of people monitoring in his/her environment to detect unusual activities, changes in behaviour, loss of capacities, etc.