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Brussels, 19th-20th of January 2011

IT @ Networking Awards 2011

Selection of the OLDES project, after peer review evaluation, as one of the 25 nominees for the IT @ 2011.

Bologna, 18/10/2010

Final review meeting

On October 18th, Bologna is hosting the Final review meeting on the OLDES project.

Brussels, 27th-29th of September 2010

ICT Event 2010

ENEA and CETIC attended the EU ICT Event 2010 in Brussels, welcoming a considerable number of visitors at OLDES stand.

10/02/2010

eHealth - Les TIC au service des patients

In July 2009, in order to valorise OLDES project results in Walloon region, the Belgian applied research centre CETIC started a 5 year research project called "eHealth - Les TIC au service des patients"

10/02/2010

Articles published by CVUT and UK 1LF

Some articles published by partners CVUT and UK 1LF
See attached file

22/12/2009

Oldes on the French website Paroles d'élus

An article about OLDES has been published on the French website Paroles d'élus

The Project

OLDES is a EU co-funded project under the IST Programme that intends to offer new technological solutions to improve the quality of life of older people, through the development of a very low cost and easy to use entertainment and health care platform, designed to ease the life of the elderly in their homes.
Since the number of elderly people is increasing significantly and rapidly in all EU countries, creating substantial problems in terms of resources needed for assisting them, the OLDES project aims to plan and develop an innovative technological system for tele-assistance and tele-accompany, thanks to the joint work of 11 EU partners.


The Follow-up Project

SPES proposal aims at transferring the approach and results achieved in the implementation of the OLDES platform into 4 new geographical contexts (Ferrara, Vienna, Brno and Kosice), focusing on new target diseases (respectively dementia, handicapped people, respiratory problems and social exclusion). Patients will be supported in their homes by means of networked connections and services, contributing to the quality and the cost-effectiveness of their care, as well as to their independence.
http://www.spes-project.eu/

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