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OASIS is an FP7 project which stands for Open architecture for Accessible Services Integration and Standardisation. In this animated video, we are following John and Sue who are using the OASIS services on a daily basis.
The video incorporates following aspects:
– Independent living applications
* Nutritional advisor
* Activity coach
* Brain and skills trainer
* Social communities platform
* Health monitoring
* Environmental control
– Autonomous Mobility and Smart Workplaces Applications
* Transport information services
* Route guidance
* Personal mobility
* Smart workplaces

For more information about the project, please visit our website at: www.oasis-project.eu.

This FP7 Consultation meeting (BU 25 0/S1 – avenue de Beaulieu, 25 – 1160 Brussels) will bring together experts from all over Europe. The objective of the workshop is to review current trends in research and applications and provide strategic guidance for drafting the ICT Work Programme 2011/2012. The workshop is focused on the topic of service and social robotics for Ageing Well and should result in possible future orientations for application driven research in this field, in particular with a view to practical deployment in real-life situations and industrial exploitation.
Registration is necessary, as space is limited, and free of charge. Please send an e-mail to eInclusion@ec.europa.eu.
Participants are invited to submit presentations (maximum 5 minutes/3 slides) as they register.

This is a reminder for 1st International OASIS (www.oasis-project.eu) Conference that will take place on November 4-5, 2009 in Florence, Italy. It will provide a forum to present current and future work as well as to exchange ideas in the field of Independent Living and Autonomous Mobility for elderly.

OASIS is a Large Scale Integrating Project – partially funded by the European Commission (FP7-ICT 215754) – with the aim to develop an open and innovative reference architecture, based upon ontologies and semantic services, that will allow plug and play and cost-effective interconnection of existing and newly developed services in all domains required for the independent and autonomous living of older people and their enhanced Quality of Life.

Topics that will be addressed:
– How to support holistically the independent living and mobility of the elderly across Europe?
– How to connect services for the elderly in an one-stop-shop fashion and interrelate/ integrate them?
– What are the elderly and their families/carers primary needs, concerns and expectations from the technologies and services arising?

These, and much more, are to be presented in Florence, in the 1st International OASIS Conference.

Registration and full details are available at the OASIS website.