Assistance systems for prevention,

rehabilitation and care


Mentor+ Technical assistance for caring relatives?

At an advancing age, the individual need for support grows, usually long before regular care is required. Usually partners are turned to for support first >more


SensODor: odor sensors to assist care, discretion and social participation

The aim of SensODor is to improve care and support for people with incontinence, especially for elder people. This is to be ensured by an odor sensor system which is optimally adapted to users’ needs and lifestyles >more


Sensor-based care systems

Demographic changes, an increasing life expectancy, rising healthcare costs as well as a shortage of resources have led to a growing demand for health care service tailored to old age. This project aims to develop and test services and technologies which respond to these social changes, promote security and health and enable an active and independent lifestyle >more


Smart Senior – Intelligent services for elderly people

Smart Senior develops and tests new technologies for the maintenance of health, mobility and independence. The SIBIS Institute hereby supports the sub-project “communication and social integration of the elderly” >more


Classification of services for technology-assisted living (DIN SPEC 91280)

Against the backdrop of current demographic developments, the significance of technical assistance systems and technology-based services is growing. This report undertakes a classification of such services in domestic environments >more


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