The technological partners of the consortium of the EU-funded project "Novel Empowering Solutions and Technologies for Older people to Retain Everyday life activities" (NESTORE), of which Dr. Christina Röcke and Prof. Mike Martin (URPP DynAge) are a member, recently met to finalize the integration of the various components of the NESTORE companion system. In particular, the partners focused on the specifications for user management, decision support systems, coach interaction and pathways, and Internet of Things. NESTORE adopts an evolutionary architecture that allows for incremental change, thus ensuring the overall agility of the system. More information regarding these latest developments can be found here.
URPP Dynamcis of Healthy Aging