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European Projects


The STAGE platform provides a simple application by means of which elderly users can choose the live performance or events’ package they want to access through common digital devices like tablets, smartphones, smart TVs or computers.


iCan is about assisting the everyday life of senior adults. An online platform and application that focuses on intriguing seniors to occupy themselves with something that will help them remain active and self-assisted.


The primary purpose of the HERO project is to propose a comprehensive solution for the social integration of migrants and refugees in European countries and especially in the Mediterranean countries.

Health Care 4.0

The amount of care- dependent people has increased steadily which led to an increased need of caregivers in nursing care. This tendency is expected to grow further through European countries. Even though there are initiatives to qualify support staff within the country the current and future demand of qualified staff cannot be covered without recruiting personnel abroad.


Guided is a research and development project whose ambition is to develop services that make the use of existing technology solutions more relevant for older end-users, and easier to use. In addition, training solutions that utilize techniques from augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), will be developed.


ReMember-Me is a system that offers an innovative paradigm taking under consideration not only cognition, but also emotional wellbeing, activity and sleep patterns and socialization, promoting human interactions in the context of cognitive fitness and decline and offering individualized suggestions for a healthy brain.


FrailSafe started on January 2016. It aims to better understand frailty and its relation to other health conditions by developing a set of measures and tools, together with recommendations to reduce its onset.


The project “Social Interactive Care System to support the wellbeing of people living with dementia” (acronym: Many-Me) is a European research project within the Active and Assisted Living Programme. Many-Me is realized under Call 2016 “Living well with dementia”.


The project aims to support caregivers and the elderly people, to find solutions in preventing and coping with loneliness with the help of dedicated Training, Counselling and digital Tools.


The platform intends to analyze the status of the elderly person, both physically and mentally, in terms of fragility, and then assign individualized physical and mental exercises to avoid the risk of possible falls, using an accessible and affordable solution that combines videos for exercises and serious games to both train and detect physical or cognitive fragility.