Uwe Köckemann defended his thesis

The project would like to congratulate yet another colleague and key person in Work package 1 and 4, Dr. Uwe Köckemann, for earning the PhD degree on October 14th at Örebro University. It is envisaged that the smart home environment infrastructure developed within E-care@home will integrate both environmental and physiological sensors, […]



E-care@home at Medicinteknikdagarna in Örebro October 5th-6th

  E-care@home had two abstracts accepted for the annual event Medicinteknikdagarna which is one of the most important meeting places in the area of medical technology in Sweden. Erik Prytz from SICS East Swedish ICT presented the abstract A method framework for usability testing of medical devices which describes the method framework selected for […]

Job vacancy: PhD position in Computer Science

The School of Science and Technology at Örebro University offers a fully funded 4 years PhD position in Computer Science starting 1 November 2016. The PhD student will be affiliated with the research centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS), under the supervision of Prof. Nicola Dragoni. The research project will […]


Progress report from the workshop in Örebro

A full day workshop was organized by Örebro University on September 20th. On the agenda was: An introduction and discussion of the smart home DB developed for E-care@home. (Uwe) A discussion on meeting requests for collected and annotated sensor data, i.e. about ways to collect and annotate data at home. A […]

Sensor database up and running

A dedicated MySQL database server is up and running. The server will be used for storing sensor data and processed data for E-care@home. The database table definitions, which are still open to changes, is one on the discussion points during the workshop to be held on September 20th in Örebro. […]