Relating E-care@home to GDPR

May 25th 2018, EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes into force. The basis of GDPR, which replaces PuL (Personuppgiftslagen) is that the individual person owns the personal data and others can only process it, i.e. collect, store and process the data, if granted permission from the individual (consent) or […]

Presentation at AI4X

Jennifer Renoux from Örebro University will present at AI4X Health, Mar 13. AI4X is a series of one day conferences on the theme of Artificial Intelligence (AI), its development and application in different sectors in Sweden. The conferences are organized by WASP AI funded by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. […]

Dataset collection at Ängen

On February 21st 2018, WP1 and WP4 organized a workshop at Ängen in order to collect datasets revolving around resting activities. These E-care@home datasets contain elements such as lying down, getting up, sleeping, turning in bed or sitting. A total of 160 datasets (between 10 and 30s each) have been […]

Nicolas Tsiftes gave seminar for the SPHERE project

On June 1, 2017, Nicolas Tsiftes from RISE SICS presented the E-care@home project in a seminar at the University of Bristol. The seminar was given to researchers in the SPHERE project, which is a large e-healthcare project in the United Kingdom. The presentation consisted of an overview of the interdisciplinary […]

E-care@home at HealthyIoT 2017

E-care@home project was disseminated in the 4th EAI International Conference on IoT Technologies for HealthCare, HealthyIoT2017. The conference mainly focuses on the existing and emerging technologies, notions and services of Internet of Things. These can provide many solutions to delivery of electronic healthcare, patient care and medical data management. The conference was held […]