Independent Living Component (eHome system)

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The ILC is based on the eHome system, which is comprised of a network of distributed wirelessly operating sensors connected to an embedded system (the e-Home central unit). It includes features such …

The ILC is based on the eHome system, which is comprised of a network of distributed wirelessly operating sensors connected to an embedded system (the e-Home central unit). It includes features such as intelligent learning of normal and exceptional patterns of behaviour (dangerous situations or indicators for emerging health or social problems), raising of alarms and as an optionality controlling of elements which are typical for a smart-home environment.

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  • 1. LLM – ILC Independent living W.Hlauschek, K. Werner, F. Werner / CEIT RALTEC LLM-Workshop, May 20th, 2010, Athens
  • 2. LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010 It was a long way
    • From the first housings
    • to modern
    • living
  • 3. LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010 It’s the same
    • for cars
      • that was the beginning
  • 4. LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010 It’s the same
    • mass production started
  • 5. LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010 It’s the same
    • and now there is a lot of technology for comfort and safety
  • 6. LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010 But there is a great difference
    • houses have a longer history
    • we spend much more of our time in our homes than in the car
    • we mostly spend more money for our home than for our car
  • 7. But nevertheless ...
    • technology for cars is much better developed than for homes
    • cars have become more intelligent
    • what about our homes?
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 8. When I am leaving my home ...
    • did I turn off the light, did I plug out the iron?
    • are all windows and doors closed?
    • is the cooker switched off?
    • and .....
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 9. When I am leaving my car
    • after opening the door a buzzing tone reminds me of the burning light
    • I lock the door using a wireless remote key
    • all doors get locked by the central locking system
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 10.
    • safety belts
    • air bags
    • crush zone
    • ASB
    • ESP
    • .....
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010 Safety in my car
  • 11. ... and at home?
    • Gliding inlay under the carpet
    • Maybe fire and gas alarm
    • ... But what else?
    • Why are there so many harms caused by fall downs
    • Where is the airbag for the bathtub or the shower?
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 12. there is a backlog of needs on ...
    • ... safety and comfort
    • ... especially in homes for older people
    • ... living longer autonomously at home
    • ... apartments getting more intelligent
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 13.
    • ... gives Ambient Assisted Living – AAL
    • Offering information and other technologies to help older people and people with special needs for an autonous living as long as possible
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010 An answer ....
  • 14. ... and realized in ...
    • ....LLM – Independendant Living Component ILC
    • eHome living with supportive intelligence
    • Improving safety and quality of life at senior‘s own home
      • Fall detection
      • Monitoring of safety-relevant aspects, like
        • Overheating of a cooker
      • Support in everyday‘s life
        • (e.g. automatic switching on of lights)
      • In case of emergency – informing others
      • Senior specific modern communication and information functions
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 15. Distributed sensors at home LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010 Fall detected !!! Distributed wireless sensor network eHome gefördert von
  • 16. ILC alarm LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 17. ILC functions
    • Supported eHome functionalities
      • activity monitoring
      • fall recognition/detection of a single person + automatic alarm (VoIP-call) to emergency centre, care person, …
      • monitoring of overheating of cooker
      • automatic night light
      • remote power control
      • simple to use intuitive UI using touch screen
        • manual emergency call
        • voice and video telephony
        • easy to use access to predefined web-pages
        • news-ticker
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 18.
    • 
    • thank you
    • Walter Hlauschek
    • Katharina Werner
    • Franz Werner
    • CEIT RALTEC
    • www.ceit.at
    • [email_address]
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 19.  
  • 20. ILC structure LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010 Alarm & routing server ARS LUI
  • 21. ILC – remote home control LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 22. ILC – intuitive phone LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 23. ILC phone call LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 24. ILC - videotelephony LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 25. ILC – std.dialling LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 26. ILC – web access LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 27. LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010 ILC current status
    • eHome field trials Installed and running
      • Demo-version at AAL-demo-apartment in SW
      • Field trial in 5 private apartments of single living persons in Schwechat and Vienna (Austria) running since mid of April
      • Will be installed in 6 additional apartments until mid of the year
  • 28. ILC – installation example
    • eHome test @ LLM-pilot site Schwechat :
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 29. LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 30. Basic ILC configurations
    • ILC-single
      • objective
        • ILC as eHome-installation for an (older) person living as single in his/her apartment
        • Single user system
    • ILC-multi-small, ILC-multi-large
      • objective
        • ILC as eHome-installation to be used in training- / therapy rooms of formal institutions (senior’s residencies, day care centre, nursing home, clinical institution,..)
        • Multi usage system
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 31. Basic ILC configurations / 3
    • ILC -multi-large
      • Supported functionalities
        • emergency call to predefined telephone number, e.g. trainer, therapist, nurse
        • fall recognition/detection + automatic alarm to predefined telephone number
        • activity monitoring – usage recording of training room
        • voice and video calls (preprogrammable to different targets like trainer, therapist, nurse, ….)
        • easy to use access to predefined web-pages
        • news-ticker  
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 32. Basic ILC configurations / 3
    • ILC -multi-small
      • Supported functionalities
        • emergency call to predefined telephone number, e.g. trainer, therapist, nurse
        • voice and video calls (preprogrammable to different targets like trainer, therapist, nurse, ….)
        • easy to use access to predefined web-pages
        • news-ticker  
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 33. LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010 Overview ILC configurations feature ILC-single ILC-multi-large ILC-multi-small Manual emergency call to predefined telephone number, e.g. trainer, therapist, nurse, emergency centre, ….    voice and video calls (preprogrammable to different targets like trainer, therapist, nurse, ….)    easy to use access to predefined web-pages    news-ticker    fall recognition/detection + automatic alarm to predefined telephone number   activity monitoring – usage recording of training room  activity monitoring  monitoring of overheating of cooker  automatic night light  remote power control 
  • 34. eHome test @ Schwechat
    • typical „single“ - installation :
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 35. LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010 Projectmeeting #3, Theassaloniki, March 17 th -18 th , 2010 Saint Eleni day care, Thessaloniki
    • heighth difference ~ 0,5 m
    • to be treated as 2 rooms
  • 36. Scenarios
    • Typical “ ILC-single” scenario:
      • Fall detection
      • Herta is 79 years old. She is living alone at home. She already experienced 2 falls while the last one caused her a shoulder lesion which she is still suffering from. Herta is mentally quite fit.
      • It‘s a very hot day. After breakfast Herta is listening to the radio. Before preparing lunch, she reads the newspaper and tries to solve crossword puzzles. The sun is very intense this day and heats the flat up to 35°C. While Herta is cooking she suddenly collapses.
      • Because Herta is not able to give her feedback to the automatically triggered fall detection system, her daughter is informed about the incident.
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 37. Scenarios
    • Typical “ ILC-multi” scenario:
      • Manual alarm:
        • Mary is performing physical training in the training room of a senior’s residence.
        • Suddenly she does not feel well – she pushes the emergency button on the LUI touch screen in front of her –
        • a call gets established to her trainer who is sitting in her office, the trainer asks what has happened – Mary asks for help
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010
  • 38. LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010 eHome hardware HCU MSB Sensornetwork transceiver
  • 39. eHome @ demo-apartment
    • eHome – installation at demo-apartment at senior’s centre Schwechat
    • Usability end user testing
    • Livedemo LUI …
    LLM-Workshop,Athens, May 20th, 2010