All projects (chronologically): Human Motion Analytics

Digital Motion in Sports, Fitness & Well-being

DiMo focuses on human motion data analysis concentrating on assessing the quality of motion. The aim of the project is to measure and interpret motion and emotion through multi-sensor fusion – considering biomechanical, contextual and psychophysiological parameters. more

fit4AAL

Extendable/adaptable and affordable plug & play solution in order to make the technology-familiar baby boomer generation “fit(ter)” and “fit for the use” of assistive technologies. more

AGEDESIGN

Joint research activity (Veneto-Salzburg) in order to define, develop and test new “design concepts” of products and services for ageing people. more

SportSense

SportSense aims at investigating the potential of sensor technology to determine motion-relevant parameters not only for alpine skiing and for running. more

CiM – Care in Movement

Empowering communities to provide care by combining smart technology and personal assistance to maintain mobility. more

ZentrAAL – AAL pilot region Salzburg

Ambient Assisted Living pilot region in Salzburg. more

Wudoku

According to international studies 5 – 25 % of all patients with limited mobility (slow-goes and no-goes) are affected by bedsore (lat. decubitus). For prophylaxis and treatment of decubitus, a system will be developed, capable on the one hand to actively involve people with high decubitus risk in decubitus prophylaxis, and which on the other hand eases the encouragement of high risk patients by professional caregivers.  more

SafeMotion – integrated mobility safeguarding assistance system for patients suffering from dementia

The project “SafeMotion” will develop and evaluate a new, integrated mobility safeguarding assistance system for patients suffering from dementia with “medium severity”. The goal is to adapt the system for the needs of the patients as well as their immediate surrounding by using an adaptive rule based system so that the best possible support is provided in everyday situations. The cornerstones of this concept are: complete integration of system components into everyday objects, a minimal configuration overhead, and highest reliability of alarms in a distress situations. more