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Presentation of the Life 2.0 project, an EU funded project under the ICT-PSP scheme, that aims at creating innovative services to support elderly people's independent living.

Presentation of the Life 2.0 project, an EU funded project under the ICT-PSP scheme, that aims at creating innovative services to support elderly people's independent living.

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  • + Nicola Morelli Department of AD:MT Aalborg University
  • + Short about the project  A project funded by EU- ICT PSP program  12 EU partners in Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, Italy and Spain  4 Pilot projects in Aalborg, Joensuu (FI), Milano (IT) and Barcelona (E)  Denmark team:  AAU (AD:MT + CTIF)  Aalborg Kommune (ældre og Handikapforvaltning + EU office)  IDEAAL  The project will test technologies on real testers, in order to produce real services 2
  • + Geographical positioning and social networking for senior people 3
  • + Rationale  Living Actively and enjoying life  Bridging distances  Preventing loneliness and isolation 4
  • + The elements of this project Geographical positioning systems + Social Networks at the local level = Enhanced Social Interaction 5
  • + Geographical positioning and elderly people Tracking systems are now used as a control tool for elderly with dementia 6
  • + Geographical positioning and elderly peopleGeographicalpositioning canbe actively usedby elderly people I’mto locate other coming!people that are Help!!relevant to them 7
  • + Enhanced neighbourhood 8
  • + Supporting social networking 9
  • + Activities  Having a view of who is around, that can help me  Looking for someone to go for a walk  Inviting someone for a coffee/Lunch  Knowing where the relatives are, in the neighbourhood  Finding someone to do some shopping for me  Knowing when visitation personnel is coming  Letting others know that I’m well 10
  • + TechnologiesOn the move@home Passive Active 11
  • + How to get there? New services New technologies Opportunities Social innovation Can we assume that technologies will inevitably bring about new opportunities? Existing technologies Existing applications Skills Existing knowledge 12 Routines
  • + Attitudes New services New technologies Opportunities Social innovation Motivations Attitudes Learning Involvement Activation Existing technologies Existing applications Skills Existing knowledge 13 Routines
  • + MILANO AALBORG BARCELONA JOENSUU Taking care of a Gunnar announces an What is going on in my Wanting to help family member activity about neighborhood? others accountings events of the city council and service providers – - Adding an event on the map - Planning social events Gudrun registers on What I like and dislike Social travel pooling in group the activity calendar of my neighborhood possibilities Knowledge and Knud uses the Time banking Long distance nature information needs website spotting Everyday’s Ingrid and the “forget What are they doing? Daring to call friends relationships me not” Swap food “Where are my Files interchange Follow up network, friends?” support for changes Benny taking care of Recommending TV Learning how to cook family programs I´m sick, can I Lowering the mens’ participate from threshold to start home? dancing Watching TV together from different cities? Sharing information 14
  • + Scenarios  Taking care of family/friends  Information needs/help others  Friends/relationships  Organising events 15
  • + Opportunities  A platform for  small scale services in the neighbourhood  highly personalised services (meals, shopping, personal, cleaning, gardening)  Distributed system of self-created services (personal, help)  Enhanced neighbourhood  Increasing the quality and quantity of information about what happens in the neighborhood (teaching how to cook, suggesting a good restaurant)  Increasing social cohesion in a neighbourhood (“I know what is going on around me”) 16
  • + Challenges  A new generation of services for the public sector?  Who design those services?  A new approach to service design? 17
  • + THANK YOU More on Life 2.0 www.lifeproject.eu Nicola Morelli (nmor@create.aau.dk) Anelia Mitzeva (aim@aalborg.dk) Christoffer Mørch (cm@ideaal.dk) 18