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Delivering AAL projects in Ireland - Eperiences and Challenges

Delivering AAL projects in Ireland - Eperiences and Challenges

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  • Simulated Virtual EnvironmentCAVE = Cave Automatic Virtual Environment4 Back projected 3D screens, and head tracking technology which allows you to walk around and look behind objects.
  • Can create realistic rooms or objects or allow you to visualise and interact with them in 3D
  • “Can a 3D virtual environment effectively inform design of homes and products for older users”
  • massive datasets."Can an immersive 3D virtual environment allow analysis through interaction of large scale diverse or geospatial medical data"
  • The architectural “adaptable home model”, allows for the addition of technology as the older person requires it. Such as anchors for grab rails, or hoistsOr extensive wiring for sensors or telehealth devices
  • Adjustable cabinets and appliances to allow universal access
  • The purpose of the sensors is two fold:Allow monitoring of residents in the homes today,But also facilitate the research to allow us understand how people live their lives so that we can spot abnormal behaviour
  • The purpose of the sensors is two fold:Allow monitoring of residents in the homes today,But also facilitate the research to allow us understand how people live their lives so that we can spot abnormal behaviour
  • One of the largest concerns for the older adults in their homes is security, to that end
  • McElwaine SMART, 24 monitoring of alarmsStart a voice conversation on a speakerCall appropriate relative or service (Cluid)Phone line required – Broadband free!
  • McElwaine SMART, 24 monitoring of alarmsStart a voice conversation on a speakerCall appropriate relative or service (Cluid)Phone line required – Broadband free!
  • 2240 sensors or actuators
  • Modeling the activities of daily living will hopefully allows us to recognise sudden events such as falls but also more gradual decline such as cognitive decline.Questions hoping to answer include:“what is the minimum set of sensors required to get good recognition of activities of daily living”“what are the key health indicators from that can be measured by activities of daily living”“Can we predict cognitive decline from movement dynamics”
  • 25% of HD TVs sold so far this year in the US are internet enabled. TV’s and TV remotes are familiar technology for older people
  • Always on, allows for casual interaction, removes the computer requirement of keyboard and mouse, which can present difficulties for novice users.
  • Middleware: connecting sensors to services widely adopted comply with standardsAlgorithms, encapsulate, know how / IP, data models
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    • 1. Delivering AAL projects in Ireland.  Experiences and challenges.AAL Lab To Great Northern Haven<br />Brian O’Mullane<br />
    • 2. “adults’ attitudes and use of technology”Survey (n=1000)<br />
    • 3. CAVE - Simulated Home<br />
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    • 7. Living Lab<br />Home in Lab<br />
    • 8.
    • 9. Great Northern Haven<br />16 Smart Homes for Ambient Assisted Living<br />
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    • 13. Sensors<br />Presence, Doors & windows, Alert buttons and cords<br />Light switches, Heating, Water, Power.<br />Plus Health Care Devices <br />
    • 14. Cabling<br />CAT5, KNX, Broadband<br />
    • 15.
    • 16. Smart Home Automation<br />
    • 17.
    • 18. Security<br />Fire Alarm, Access control swipe card, Intruder Alarm, Video Intercom<br />
    • 19.
    • 20. 24 monitoring of alarms<br />Start a voice conversation on a speaker<br />Call appropriate relative or service<br />
    • 21.
    • 22. Clock Plot of 2 Weeks of Data from Hall motion sensor<br />
    • 23. Analysis of the Sensor data allows us to learn how people live their lives<br />
    • 24. We need an <br />internet connected <br />device<br />
    • 25. Internet Connected TV<br />
    • 26. Touch screen device<br />
    • 27. CABIE Software Architecture<br />Sensors<br />Interventions, Communications, Environment modification<br />Ambient / On Body Sensors, Data Entry<br />CABIE<br />CABIE Middle Ware<br />CABIE Knowledge Engine and Algorithms<br /> Sensor Interfaces and Abstraction Layer<br />CABIE <br />Run Time<br />Data Structure<br />Middle Ware<br />Raw Data<br />Processed<br />Behavioural<br />. . .<br />Services Interface<br />Alerts, Behavioural Patterns, Physiological data <br />Qualitative Data, Communications <br />Services<br />
    • 28. BRIAN.OMULLANE@CASALA.IE<br />Thank You<br />

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