inCASA Italian exploitation event







The Italian national Exploitation Event was organized in the framework of the eHealth conference that was held on the 28th of May 2013 in Rome. REPLY, INVENT and ATC sponsored the event all day, by placing an inCASA stand. The Conference was sponsored mainly by:
  • The Ministry of Health
  • The Ministry of Economic Development
  • SIRM: an Italian association on Medical Radiology
  • AICC: an Italian association on Clinical Engineering
    Moreover, a specific inCASA workshop was organized within the event demonstrating the inCASA approach, the technical solution, the services and evidence of the inCASA results, presented by involved inCASA Pilot professionals.
    The full agenda of the inCASA session in the eHealth Forum is available online

  • inCASA participation at the ASCO Annual Meeting







    INSERM, along with TID and REPLY, submitted an abstract paper for the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). The paper was accepted and inCASA project was presented at a very important event in the healthcare domain on 2nd of June 2012 at Chicago. The inCASA poster can be found here.
    The submitted work is focused on the French pilot study and is entitled 'The European inCASA telecare-telehealth electronic platform for the daily assessment of symptoms, weight and activity in cancer patients on chronotherapy at home.'
    Additional information regarding the INSERM pilot site activities can be viewed at http://rbc.vjf.inserm.fr


    Hot Spot ATC

    First pilot in planning



    The first inCASA pilot is being planned with the partner Agenzia Territoriale per la casa della Provincia di Torino. ATC Torino is the public body with responsibility for social and public housing in the area of Torino and its surroundings. The Pilot will focus on user behaviour, providing an useful profile to search and determine behaviour that could lead to health problems.

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    Affiliation

    inCASA is affilliated with these programs and organisations:

    The inCASA project supports the Commissions activities in ICT for Health: eHealth.



    The inCASA platform allows for the creation of inclusive applications with accessibility for all. The project supports the Commissions campaign: eInclusion - be part of it!



    The inCASA project supports the Ageing Well Thematic Network which aims at creating a Community of Actors interested in improving the life of Elderly People by promoting the market uptake of ICT solutions for Ageing Well!



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    Web Links: EU projects

    The Hydra project
    The Hydra middleware allows developers to incorporate heterogeneous physical devices into their applications by offering easy-to-use web service interfaces for controlling any type of physical device irrespective of its network technology such as Bluetooth, RF, ZigBee, RFID, WiFi, etc. Hydra incorporates means for Device and Service Discovery, Semantic Model Driven Architecture, P2P communication, and Diagnostics. Hydra enabled devices and services can be secure and trustworthy through distributed security and social trust components of the middleware.

    The Hydra middleware is one of the technology building blocks of the inCASA platform.
    Date Added:
    29-07-2010
    Visits: 1054
    CompanionAble
    CompanionAble will provide the synergy of Robotics and Ambient Intelligence technologies and their semantic integration to provide for a care-giver's assistive environment. This will support the cognitive stimulation and therapy management of the care-recipient. This is mediated by a robotic companion (mobile facilitation) working collaboratively with a smart home environment (stationary facilitation).

    The distinguishing advantages of the CompanionAble Framework Architecture arise from the objective of graceful, scalable and cost-effective integration. Thus CompanionAble addresses the issues of social inclusion and homecare of persons suffering from chronic cognitive disabilities prevalent among the increasing European older population. A participative and inclusive co-design and scenario validation approach will drive the RTD efforts in CompanionAble; involving care recipients and their close carers as well as the wider stakeholders. This is to ensure end-to-end systemic viability, flexibility, modularity and affordability as well as a focus on overall care support governance and integration with quality of experience issues such as dignity-privacy-security preserving responsibilities fully considered.
    Date Added:
    18-10-2010
    Visits: 1089
    Confidence
    The main objective of the project is the development and integration of innovative technologies to build a care system for the detection of abnormal events (such as falls) or unexpected behaviours that may be related to a health problem in elderly people.

    Nowadays, most of the care systems in the market are limited to detect falls. The innovation of the system developed in the CONFIDENCE project is that it will not only detect falls, but also identify short and long term unexpected behaviours that could indicate health problems.
    Date Added:
    18-10-2010
    Visits: 1090
    HeartCycle
    HeartCycle will provide a closed-loop disease management solution being able to serve both Heart Failure (HF) patients and Chronic Heart Disease (CHD) patients, including possible co-morbidities hypertension, diabetes and arrhythmias. This will be achieved by multi-parametric monitoring and analysis of vital signs and other measurements.

    The system will contain 1) a patient loop interacting directly with the patient to support the daily treatment. It will show the health development, including treatment adherence and effectiveness. Being motivated, compliance will increase, and health will improve. 2) a professional loop involving medical professionals, e.g. alerting to revisit the care plan. The patient loop is connected with hospital information systems, to ensure optimal and personalised care.
    Date Added:
    18-10-2010
    Visits: 996
    Oldes
    OLDES is a EU co-funded project that intends to offer new technological solutions to improve the quality of life of older people, through the development of a very low cost and easy to use entertainment and health care platform, designed to ease the life of the elderly in their homes.
    Date Added:
    18-10-2010
    Visits: 1139
    CommonWell
    CommonWell aims to support high quality independent living and wellbeing for older people across Europe by integrating ICT-based services across provider organisations on open platforms.

    10 partners are cooperating in the EU funded project to deliver ICT-enabled health and social care services in four Member States. The integrated services are to support the effective management of chronic disease, and to address issues which affect independence, such as reduced agility, vision or hearing, in order to significantly improve the quality of life for older people and their families.
    Date Added:
    21-10-2010
    Visits: 1006
    RENEWING HEALTH
    RENEWING HEALTH, REgioNs of Europe WorkINg toGether for HEALTH, is an european project, partialy funded under the ICT Policy Support Programme. It aims at implementing large-scale real-life test beds for the validation and subsequent evaluation of innovative telemedicine services using a patient-centred approach and a common rigorous assessment methodology. It involve a Consortium of 9 of the most advanced regions in the implementation of health-related ICT services, belonging to 9 different Member States or Associated Countries.
    Date Added:
    22-11-2010
    Visits: 1047
    Hearing at Home
    The Hearing at Home (HaH) project researches and develops next generation assistive devices that allow the growing number of hearing impaired – which predominantly includes the elderly – equal partici
    Date Added:
    29-04-2011
    Visits: 1053
    SENSACTION-AAL
    Assists older people in maintaining independent mobility and daily life activities and prevent injuries by introducing smart body fixed sensor-based technology.
    Date Added:
    29-04-2011
    Visits: 1034
    Agnes
    User-sensitive Home-based Systems for Successful Ageing in a Networked Society
    Date Added:
    29-04-2011
    Visits: 1125
    CLEAR
    The Clinical Leading Environment for the Assessment of Rehabilitation protocols in home care (CLEAR) project is funded under the ICT Policy Support Program – Area CIP-ITC-PSP-2007.2.2 – ICT for ageing well.

    The Project proposes the implementation of a Telerehabilitation service in four Member States of the European Union (IT, ES, NL, PL). The ambition is to convert the project, after its completion, to a European platform for Telerehabilitation, and to contribute to the harmonization of e-health services in the EU.
    Date Added:
    18-06-2011
    Visits: 1332
    Home Sweet Home
    HOME SWEET HOME project brings together a set of services which, packaged together, allow extending the independent life of elderly people.

    HOME SWEET HOME (HSH) will trial a new, economically sustainable home assistance service which extends elders independent living.
    HSH intends to achieve this by providing a comprehensive set of services which support elders in their daily activities and allows carers to remotely assess their ability to stay independent.
    Date Added:
    18-06-2011
    Visits: 1096
    DREAMING
    ElDeRly-friEndly Alarm handling and MonitorING (DREAMING) project brings together a set of services which, packaged together, allow extending the independent life of elderly people while providing them with an equivalent level of safety as that they would enjoy in a protected environment such as an elderly home, and offering them a way of staying in touch with their loved ones even when the latter are away.

    In addition, the DREAMING services facilitate the management of chronic conditions in a home setting reducing the need to use the expenses resources of acute hospitals to a bare minimum.
    Date Added:
    18-06-2011
    Visits: 1074
    WSD
    The Whole System Demonstrator (WSD) programme is a two year research project funded by the UK Department of Health to find out how technology can help people manage their own health while maintaining their independence.
    Date Added:
    18-06-2011
    Visits: 1037
    Soprano
    The SOPRANO project aims to develop affordable, smart ICT-based assisted living services with interfaces which are easy to use for older people and familiar in their home environment.
    Date Added:
    10-10-2011
    Visits: 1054
      Organizations involved
    Santer Reply Fundación Hospital de Calahorra Agenzia Territoriale per la casa della Provincia 
          di Torino Brunel University The Institute of Communication and Computer Systems, National Technical University of Athens Steinbeis Innovation Center Embedded Design and 
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