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An end- user perspective on the CAMI Ambient and Assisted Living Project

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Authors:

Imad Alex Awada , Oana Cramariuc , Irina Mocanu , Cristina Seceleanu, Ashalatha Kunnappilly, Adina Magda Florea

Publication Type:

Conference/Workshop Paper

Venue:

12th annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference


Abstract

In this paper, we present the outcomes and conclusions obtained by involving seniors from three countries (Denmark, Poland and Romania) in an innovative project funded under the European Ambient Assisted Living (ALL) program. CAMI stands for "Companion with Autonomously Mobile Interface" in "Artificially intelligent ecosystem for self-management and sustainable quality of life in AAL". The CAMI solution enables flexible, scalable and individualised services that support elderly to self-manage their daily life and prolong their involvement in the society (sharing knowledge, continue working, etc). This also allows their informal caregivers (family and friends) to continue working and participating in society while caring for their loved ones. The solution is designed as an innovative architecture that allows for individualized, intelligent self-management which can be tailored to an individual's preferences and needs. A user-centred approach has ranked health monitoring, computer supervised physical exercises and voice based interaction among the top favoured CAMI functionalities. Respondents from three countries (Poland, Romania and Denmark) participated in a multinational survey and a conjoint analysis study.

Bibtex

@inproceedings{Awada5060,
author = {Imad Alex Awada and Oana Cramariuc and Irina Mocanu and Cristina Seceleanu and Ashalatha Kunnappilly and Adina Magda Florea},
title = {An end- user perspective on the CAMI Ambient and Assisted Living Project},
month = {March},
year = {2018},
booktitle = {12th annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference},
url = {http://www.es.mdh.se/publications/5060-}
}