By Bruno Andò, Pietro Siciliano, Vincenzo Marletta, Andrea Monteriù
This booklet records the state-of-the-art within the box of ambient assisted dwelling (AAL), highlighting the notable power of novel methodologies and applied sciences to reinforce overall healthiness and advertise lively growing older. The insurance is large ranging, with sections on assistive units, aged humans tracking, domestic rehabilitation, ICT suggestions for AAL, residing with persistent stipulations, robot suggestions for the aged, sensing applied sciences for AAL, and clever housing. The booklet includes a range of the simplest papers provided on the 5th Italian discussion board on Ambient Assisted residing, which used to be held in Catania, Italy, in September 2014 and taken jointly finish clients, expertise groups, and coverage makers to increase a consensus on how one can enhance provision for aged and impaired humans. Readers will locate that the specialist contributions provide transparent insights into the ways that the newest intriguing advances could be anticipated to help in addressing the wishes of the aged and people with continual conditions.
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This information exchange is stored by the data storage service for subsequent analysis. 1: (e) long term data from the home sensor network are available in the data storage and can be also shown, with some attention, to the primary user; (f) having the home sensor network and a communication media in the home through the robot screen opens up the possibility of reasoning on those data and synthesize different messages (for the moment we assume precompiled messages) triggered by such a reasoning (for example, to react to some information contained in the data).
The Giraff application has been indeed embedded within the @Home module so as to maintain the possibility for secondary users to visit the older user’s apartment through the telepresence robot. 32 P. Barsocchi et al. 5 A representation of the @Home environment • Messages: an additional environment has been added to allow the primary user to receive messages from secondary users or reminders and recommendations. Messages and reminders are provided in both textual and spoken form. Specifically we have developed a message listener that collects messages coming from the middleware and gathered them with a specific panel that “mimic” the functionality of a mail client or a messenger on a smartphone.
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Ambient Assisted Living: Italian Forum 2014 by Bruno Andò, Pietro Siciliano, Vincenzo Marletta, Andrea Monteriù