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TechAAL 2019
3rd IET International Conference on Technologies for Active and Assisted Living, 25 March 2019
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Aneta Armova-Levin Mar 25
The best part of my job is that I get to mix with people, who are smarter than me :) Fascinating discussions at
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Alan Howard IET Mar 25
Blur, pixelate, mask, cartoonise ... anomysing video data to protect + preserve privacy ... a major challenge to adoption of data + digital tech in human environments solved
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Alan Howard IET Mar 25
When see solutions! Fascinating presentation Kevin Hung from Open University Of Application of tech to track heart rate and blood pressure variabilities by monitoring changes in eye pupil size
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TechAAL 2019 Mar 25
The last presentation of this year's edition is by Salah Al-Obaidi with a method for visual privacy preservation that allows human activity recognition
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Bo Tan speaks about using low resolution thermal sensors for human activity recognition
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Alan Howard IET Mar 25
’s Naoki Kobayash explains how Bestic - a tabletop, video-enabled robot - has helped to provide mealtime support and improve nutrition for care home residents in project w/ , Waseda and Karlstad universities
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TechAAL 2019 Mar 25
Naoki Kobayashi presents a case study of a robotic assistive device for the frail elderly
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Alan Howard IET Mar 25
Overcoming the present day shortage of 110,000 care workers needed for UK social care sector! Praminda Caleb-Solly How assistive robots can help to fill the gap! There is so much more that engineers can do! support req’d!
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Marius Dragoi speaks about an AAL scenario involving automatic data collection and robotic manipulation
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What are the challenges for using social robots - Caleb-Solly
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Approximately 30% of people abandon use of their assistive technology - Calleb-Solly
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Caleb-Solly is our second keynote speaker. She will present her work on assistive robots
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Kevin Hung presents his work on the design of a mobile health system for continuous monitoring of ocular behaviour and cardiovascular variabilities
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Alan Howard IET Mar 25
Trialled on US West Coast, adaptive ICT platform dramatically reduced feelings of loneliness and improved well-being among 40 eight-five yr olds. Great story for our oldest old told by ’s Iris Cohen turning yr TV into yr social organiser+
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Athanasios Lentzas is presenting their work on human activity recognition with smartphones
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Iris Cohen is introducing the preliminary results of a technology to address loneliness of older people
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Praminda Caleb-Solly Mar 25
Richly informative talk by at on the design and deployment of digital health technologies - exploring the many complexities as addressed within for people with multi morbidities
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Ian Poyner, from , speaks about how to improve access to healthcare in rural communities using IoT
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Behaviour change targets in project
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is speaking about how to manage muiti-morbidity inside complex multi-stakeholder ecosystems of care. More than half of the population over 65 suffers of at least 2 diseases. That goes to more than 70% for the over 75s
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