Alpine Social Innovation Strategy

The Alpine Social Innovation Strategy aims to initiate, develop and promote a new vision of social innovation in the Alpine space area, in order to propose answers to economic and societal challenges. ASIS will develop new tools and methodologies, an innovative platform, new strategic policies & recommendations to public actors through a white book and other materials. This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme.

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Cross-sectoral Alliances for Smart Living

CARE4TECH combines, in an innovative way, 2020 research agenda technology-oriented principles & goals in the field of Smart Living Technologies, with a quadruple-helix, multilevel policy-oriented approach. The project aims at creating a transnational Living Lab in the Alpine Space Region offering an open innovation eco-system of Smart Living Excellence where partners and stakeholders can be brought together to co-create and innovate. The project combines the excellence of 11 partners from Germany, Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland and France. It is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund in the framework of the Interreg Alpine Space Program.

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Cross-sectoral Alliances for Smart Healthcare Solutions

The COOP4HEALTHCARE project is pursuing an improvement of healthcare services through targeted action-oriented cooperation. The project team is currently working on the development and partial implementation of 42 cross-border pilot projects on integrated health solutions and a common strategic roadmap within the Interreg Slovenia-Austria program area.

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Detect & Connect – Technology, connecting people in need with people who care

The aim of the project is to implement a user-friendly system that in the event of irregularities or needs connects older people or people living alone with suitable helpers from their extended social environment in a timely and autonomous manner.

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Dementia-friendly model community Moosburg

The social side of health-related quality of life is at the centre of our activities with the aim of activating civil society engagement and thus promoting the social embedding of people with dementia and their families in the community environment. With the help of participatory accompanying research (CBPR), recommendations for the development of dementia-friendly living environments are developed.

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Development of measuring instruments for the proof of efficacy of AAL solutions

EvAALuation² aims to develop measurement tools for evaluating the impact of Active and Assisted Living (AAL) solutions. The focus is on the application areas health, care and human potential. A holistic approach and high practicability should motivate the use of the instruments in practice and ensure a comparable evaluation of AAL products and services.

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Comprehensive evaluation of the “Käfer Mary” measurement system

In this project the measuring system “Käfer Mary” by Sticklett, which measures vital signs of children, will be evaluated by experts on the basis of scenarios, tasks and first product deliveries in order to create a report for optimizations.

More information: Käfer Mary by Sticklett




Postclinical Rehabilitation of Stroke Patients in the Rural Area 2030

REHA 2030 aims at telerehabilitation at home or in a domestic environment as a user-friendly service for overcoming post-clinical therapy gaps in the programme region. The main task is the development of a service model for postclinical home rehabilitation of stroke patients and the development of the necessary technology platform (REHA robot, internet platform).

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Carinthian Pilot Region for AAL and Smart Living Technologies

Smart VitAAlity aims at developing and testing a smart technical system to increase health, wellbeing and social participation of older adults in their daily lives.  It uses different applications to measure and analyze the health status (e.g. blood pressure), to activate an alarm system in case of emergency, and to foster networking within the target group. Smart VitAAlity is a cooperative research project in the framework of the FFG program and is co-financed by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology.

More information: Smart VitAALity-Website