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Call for Papers: Ambient Assisted Living in Europe - Technology and Innovation for Ageing Well -

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"Wehrmann, Christian" <[log in to unmask]>

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Call for Papers
Ambient Assisted Living in Europe 
- Technology and Innovation for Ageing Well - 
11-12 March 2010

The Coordination Action AALIANCE - funded by the European Commission, DG
Information Society and Media, within the 7th Framework Programme -
focuses on Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) solutions based on advanced ICT
technologies for the areas of AAL4Persons, which includes at home and on
the move, AAL@community and [log in to unmask] AALIANCE provides a framework for
stakeholders, led by industry, to define research and development
priorities, timeframes and action plans on strategically important
issues in the field of Ambient Assisted Living. Furthermore it plays a
key role in ensuring an adequate focus of research funding for AAL, in
fostering effective public-private partnerships and in developing a
European research policy, in particular in focusing on FP7 and on
activities launched by EU member states (AAL Joint Programme).

The AALIANCE European Conference on AAL will take place 11-12 March 2010
in Malaga.

We are inviting contributions from the European AAL community in order
to present the current state of AAL-related research and technologies in
Europe and show innovative approaches in linking ICT and independent
living for future applications, products and services.
Contributions should focus on technology-oriented research, innovative
use cases and business examples in the 3 domains AAL4Persons (which
includes at home and on the move), AAL@community and [log in to unmask] 
 
Possible thematic areas for contributions:

Technical Infrastructures and Enabling Technologies
* Sensing, gathering data about persons, their situation as well as the
environment
* Reasoning, aggregating data from multiple sensors, analysing the data,
and planning action
* Acting, executing an action e.g. by raising alarms, sending messages
or automatic intervention
* Interacting, human system interaction taking into account the
impairment and abilities of persons
* Communication, between diverse components (sensor networks, between
services) across networks of different scopes (PAN/BAN, LAN, WAN)
* Robotics
* Systems and service construction, integration as well as dynamic
composition,
* Standards and interoperability relevant for the AAL domain
 
Application Fields
* Health and wellness, prevention and rehabilitation, activity
management, care and support for care providers
* Safety and security
* Social participation, interaction and inclusion
* Personal services
* Entertainment, leisure and education
* Mobility (at home and beyond)
* Ageing at the work place
 
Business Aspects
* Successful examples from practice and lessons learned
* Theoretical approaches to business model design in AAL
* Barriers and regulations in the European healthcare/care markets
* Evidence-based marketing for the Silver Economy
* SMEs and entrepreneurship
* Venture capital
* New professions and educational needs
 
Related Topics
* Large scale pilots and living labs
* Privacy, data protection, and ethical issues
 
Guidelines
Paper will be selected with a special focus on the (technological or
business) innovation and novelty of the presented topics.
Papers should be submitted in the form of an abstract (not exceeding one
page) to the AALIANCE Office by 31 December 2009 at
[log in to unmask] The selection process involving the AALIANCE Forum
Committee will be finished by the End of January. Authors of accepted
papers will be informed immediately and will be able to attend the
conference at reduced price.
 
Timeline
* Deadline for abstracts: 31.12.2009
* Notification of authors: 31.01.2010
* Delivery of accepted papers: 30.02.2010
 

The AALIANCE Programme Committee
* Paolo Dario (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa)
* Ger van den Broek (Philips Healthcare)
* Wolfgang Putz (Fraunhofer IESE)
* Christian Wehrmann (VDI/VDE-IT)
* Mari Satur Torre (Vodafone Foundation)
* Anne-Sophie Parent (AGE Platform)
* Thomas Baehren (Bosch GmbH)
* Michael Balasch (Deutsche Telekom)
* Pietro Siciliano (IMM-CNR)
* Johan Bengtson (Lulea Technical University)
* Renzo dal Molin (Sorin Group)
* Simon Edwards (University of Newcastle)
* An Nguyen-Dinh (Vermon)
* Ulf Meriheina (VTI)
 

Contact
AALIANCE Office
VDI/VDE-IT
Steinplatz 1
10623 Berlin
Germany
Tel. +49 (0) 30 310078-197
eMail: [log in to unmask]
www.aaliance.eu
 
 

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Christian Wehrmann
VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH 

Berater / Consultant
Department Innovation Europe 

Steinplatz 1
10623 Berlin
Germany
Tel. +49 (0) 30 31 00 78 197
Fax +49 (0) 30 31 00 78 225
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www.vdivde-it.de

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