AAL Forum (24-26 September)

PaeLife will be participating in the AAL Forum 2013, which will be held in Nörrkoping, Sweden, from the 24th – 26th September. Taking place every year, the AAL Forum is an ideal opportunity for the increasing European AAL community to meet and discuss topics that are relevant for improving the AAL Joint Programme and to debate the adoption of AAL solutions into the market.
PaeLife will be presented in two sessions: session A2 (The impact of ICT based social interaction on the quality of life of older adults) and session A3 (Participation in the e-service society).

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September 13, 2013 at 1:37 PM Leave a comment

Warsaw meeting (11th and 12th July)

The forth Paelife Consortium meeting was held on the 11th and 12th of July. This meeting took place in the beautiful city of Warsaw, Poland (organized by SSW) and was attended by all Project Partners. In this meeting, the partners discussed the current Project status, including the results achieved so far, and important decisions were made regarding the Project’s future. More news about the results achieved are already available in our last newsletter. Please feel free to consult it. Our newsletters are available in the Paelife official languages (English, Polish, Hungarian, French and Portuguese) and can be consulted here.

August 26, 2013 at 3:49 PM Leave a comment

PaeLife Mid-term review (25th March)

The PaeLife mid-term review meeting took place at Microsoft Portugal in Lisbon on March 25th 2013. All partners were present at the review that was conducted by the AAL Joint Programme commission, plus two external evaluators hired to assess the Project’s progress. In this meeting the results from the first year of the PaeLife Project were presented and discussed with the EU Commission. A demonstration of the preliminary PaeLife system was also given to show the current development status of the PaeLife product. Overall, the Project’s evaluation was considered positive and some suggestions were underlined by the EU Commission to take into account in the next steps of the PaeLife Project. The multimodal and multilingual Human computer Interface (HCI),proposed by the PaeLife Project and dedicated to the elderly, was considered very interesting and innovative.

PaeLife Mid-term Review

May 22, 2013 at 2:13 PM Leave a comment

Paris Meeting (14th-15th February)

On the 14th and 15th of February, the third Paelife consortium meeting was held. This meeting occurred in Malakoff, Paris (organized by Genigraph, Groupe Genitech) and was attended by all Project Partners. In this meeting, the partners discussed the current Project status, including the results achieved so far, and important decisions were made regarding the Paelife services and final product. Branding ideas were also brainstormed. More news about the results achieved so far will be available in our next newsletter. Please feel free to consult it. Our newsletters are available in the Paelife official languages (English, Polish, Hungarian, French and Portuguese) here.

March 7, 2013 at 12:27 PM Leave a comment

Budapest Meeting (12th-13th July)

The last PaeLife Consortium Meeting, held at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) on 12th and 13th July, was attended by all project partners. There the partners discussed the current Project status, including the results achieved so far, future actions to consider and the next deadlines for the PaeLife Project.

July 12, 2012 at 2:47 PM Leave a comment

PaeLife Kick-off

The official kick-off of the PaeLife collaborative project took place on the 28th February 2012, at INESC-ID (Lisbon). There the initial ideas for the PaeLife project were discussed as well as the establishment of a plan for the first months of work.

July 11, 2012 at 2:29 PM Leave a comment

European Year for Active Ageing

This European Commission initiative aims to help older people to take an active role in society and encourage healthy ageing. EU is in a process of significant population ageing, which presents challenges for sustainable public finances. The proposed European Year for Active Ageing is designed to serve as a framework for raising awareness, for identifying and disseminating good practice and, most importantly, for encouraging policymakers and stakeholders at all levels to promote active ageing.

For more information and initiatives, access the Official Website for 2012 Active Ageing in Europe 

July 6, 2012 at 3:50 PM Leave a comment


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