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CARE Meeting

On the 17th and 18th of December the third project meeting of all members of the CARE project took place at the HCM chair of Augsburg University. There the results of the first study and the following steps were discussed.

CARE in the Augsburger Allgemeine

On December the 16th the “Augsburger Allgemeine”, a local newspaper, has published an article about the CARE project. Link to the article of the Augsburger Allgemeine (in German)

Project of the month

The CARE project has been selected as project of the month December by the “Projektträger im DLR” (PT-DLR). Link to the article as PDF (in German)

BMBF Conference

On May 26th and 27th 2014 the conference “Dienstleistung in der digitalen Gesellschaft” (German for “Services in the digital society”) from the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research) took place in Berlin, Germany, on which the University of Applied Sciences Augsburg (Marcus Mayr) and the University of

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In close collaboration of the University of Augsburg and the University of Applied Sciences Augsburg, an architecture for the CARE system (see picture) has been developed, which is explained below: At first sensor data (of the environment and the user) is recorded and processed (into usable data). This data will be saved and is, from

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Basic Idea of CARE

CARE is an acronym for “A sentient Context-Aware Recommendation system for the Elderly”. The basic idea is to enhance the everyday life of elderly people through selected, user specific recommendations. These range from easy suggestions like opening the window after it was closed too long, over short exercices to get the circulatory system going to recommendations

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CARE Kick-off meeting

On February 12th and 13th 2014 the CARE kickoff meeting has taken place, in which the University of Augsburg, the University of Applied Sciences Augsburg and the ICCS-NTUA Athen participated. Items of the agenda were to get to know each other, an analysis of previous developements (which may be of use for the project CARE),

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