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  • Elderly people with dementia are now locked in closed parts of a home. With positioning technology, we can give them more freedom to go walk in the garden for example. When they are in zones that are too dangerous, the staff will be notified automatically of the position of the person. This is realised with sensor network technology.Er zijn inderdaad andere bedrade, moeilijk te installeren systemen, die hetzelfde doen. In de Vijvers hebben ze dit zelfs aan de hoofdingang. Dit is een soort magnetisch veld tussen poortjes (zoals in winkels). Als ze daar door lopen met een Tag, gaat het alarm af. Dit is vooral moeilijk (en duur) om te installeren omdat er meestal veel uitgangen zijn (bv de ramen in de cafetaria van De Vijvers die openstaan in de zomer).

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  • 1. Ann AckaertIBBT - IBCN
    5 years of ICT research in the (home)care environment
    12/10/2011
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  • 2. Healthy Society: ICT coming into call!
    P4 care and cure:
    Personalized
    Preventive
    Predictive
    Participatory
    ICT and future internet building blocks
    Tele-medicine & tele-care
    Wireless sensor networks and mesh networks
    Optimized communication
    Data handling and cloud computing
    ….
    Working at the crossroads of social innovation
    2
  • 3. Started as a job… today a passion
    12/10/2011
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    passion
    job
    2005
    2007
    2011
  • 4. A shared passion!
    12/10/2011
    4
    Interdisciplinary:
    user, technical, legal, socio-economics
    Group diversity:
    private companies, care organizations, not-for-profit org., research teams at universities
    Demand driven:
    scenario’s, lab testing, user centered design, proof-of-concept, field testing
    * consortia of previously mentioned IBBT projects
  • 5. Toolbox
    Domain analysis
    Care and cure processes
    Ambient Assisted Living
    Social inclusion & safety
    R&D process
    User centric
    Iterative process
    ‘Go all the way’
    Lessons learned
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  • 6. Participation & co-creation
  • 7. Personas & white book
    Future users
    Sunny day view
    Technology map
  • 8. Solutions for distant care
    Non-stigmatizing
    Trusted networks
    User in control
    12/10/2011
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  • 9. Solutions for independent living
    Open innovation initiative
    Realization of living lab’s
    Starting from keywords
    Integration and testing of e-services ongoing
    12/10/2011
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  • 10. Solutions for safety protection
    Tracking and tracing
    Overlay networks: sensor & mesh
  • 11. Solutions for ubiquitous care
    Balance between autonomy and proximity
    Support mobility, personal preference and context
    11
  • 12. Solutions for social inclusion
    Services plug & play
    Easy to use!
    12
  • 13. 12/10/2011
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  • 14. Value network analysis
    • Workshop with stakeholders
    • 15. Challenge different models
    12/10/2011
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  • 16. Innovation in care: not to take for granted
    Change management process
    Iterative and fast in field
    Very dynamic needs
    Co-creation, multiple-actors
    Control user expectations
    Vulnerable end users
    Towards value network
    Payment model ?
  • 17. Innovation in care: needs more care
    Innovation instruments need to be innovated
    Value creation needs to be shared
    Scaling up after projectneeds more attention
    Care for the care-innovator!
    12/10/2011
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  • 18. 17
    Questions?
  • 19. Ann AckaertIBBT - IBCN
    5 years of ICT research in the (home)care environment
    12/10/2011
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