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E-NOFALLS presentation at Mutua Terrassa


On 7th June 2016 E-NOFALLS project have presented in Mutua Terrassa consortium hospital.
Andreu Català, coordinator of E-NOFALLS project has participated presenting the "ICT solutions...

E-NOFALLS commitment for EIP AHA


ICT for Fall prevention and detection is the title of the E-NOFALLS proposal for the new commitment. More than 100 commitments have been submitted for Falls area.
The avaluation process will...

Falls Festival 2016


Speaker presentations from this year’s Festival are available

2016 EIP on AHA Call results


Over 850 commitments to support the 6 Action Groups activities & 78 Reference Sites from 22 countries to scale up innovation for active and healthy ageing

EIP AHA ICT solutions for independent living Infographic


This infographic gives an overview of the issue of ICT solutions to support independent living, to allow a better understanding of what it is, raise awareness and explain which actions are being...

EIP AHA Fall Detection Infographics


This infographic gives an overview of the issue of falls prevention to allow a better understanding of what it is, raise awareness and explain which actions are being undertaken by the European...

Conclusions of the Ageing Summit of 9-10 March 2015


The first European Summit on Innovation for Active and Healthy Ageing took place in
Brussels on 9 and 10 March 2015. Over 1400 leaders from government, civil society,
investment and...

E-NOFALLS present at the FATE,s final project workshop


On 15th May 2015 FATE project have presented in Barcelona the results in which have been working since March 2012.
Andreu Català, coordinator of E-NOFALLS project has participated...

European Summit on innovation for Active and Healthy Ageing


A new agenda for societal change and sustainable economic development
9-10 March 2015, Brussels

The Summit on Innovation for Active and Healthy Ageing (9 and 10 March 2015)...

Socio-economic- and clinical assessment methods for ICT-based technologies for medical care


We like to invite you to complete a Europe wide questionnaire. This questionnaire is part of the E-NOFALLS ( network, funded by the European Commission. This network is addressing...

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EU Code Week's is celebrating its 5th birthday on 7-22 October – get ready, join in and learn how to create with code!

Europe is skilling up in digital - the fifth edition of EU Code Week will take place 7-22 October 2017. Join the celebrations and learn how to express yourself with code. Create an app, a game, a website, make an interactive story or why not tinker with some hardware or make a robot move? Organise coding events for your parents, grandparents, friends or children and colleagues and help them understand and become active in our digital world.

Workshop on liability in the area of autonomous systems and advanced robots and Internet of Things systems

Robots and IoT systems which are equipped with artificial intelligence are becoming more and more present in our everyday life. But what if such systems behave in an unforeseen way and cause damages or injuries? The workshop assesses questions regarding the liability for damages caused by autonomous systems and advanced robots and IoT systems.

EU-funded COMPARE platform identifies emerging and re-emerging diseases

COMPARE is a multidisciplinary research network that has the vision to become the enabling analytical framework and globally linked data and information sharing platform for the rapid identification, containment and mitigation of emerging infectious diseases and food-borne outbreaks.

PEGASO final workshop: Fit for future with health tech

How to challenge teenagers to adopt a healthy lifestyle? You can find out at the European PEGASO project's final workshop where both researchers and teenagers will share views on healthy behaviour and technology such as health apps.

Telemedicine: A robotic doctor is gearing up for action

A new robot under development can send information on the stiffness, look and feel of a patient to a doctor located kilometres away. In the UK a trial with telemedicine services via telephone, web and digital television showed a reduction in mortality, hospital admissions and bed days.