The problem of learning behavior patterns from sensor data arises in many applications including smart environments, video surveillance, network analysis, human-robot interaction, and ambient assisted living.
What does AAL stand for?
AAL stands for Ambient Assisted Living (Europe)
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They cover such areas as ambient assisted living, assistive robotics, augmentative and alternative communication, technology for cognitive impairments, alternative human computer interfaces for people with motor disorders, remote care, and standardization within the assistive technology field.
Contract notice for The objective of the Ambient Assisted Living Joint Programme (L JP) is to enhance the quality of life of older people and strengthen the industrial base in Europe through the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs).
I think there are various opportunities, from remote patient monitoring, to the lifestyle prevention market to just have someone accompanying your daily life, to ambient assisted living.
The project is within the framework of the Ambient Assisted Living programme of the European Union and is financed by the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Commerce, Indra stated.
The established Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS) and Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) market has traditionally been a service sold directly to consumers and largely separate from medical monitoring.
The topics include a formal representation system for modeling assistive technology systems, ambient assisted living for people with motor impairments, indoor navigation and location-based services for people with motor limitations, assistive technologies and autism spectrum disorders, and camera-based motion tracking and performing arts for people with motor disabilities and autism.
Reflecting the actual directions of research in the field, the papers tend to consider either motion patterns or ambient assisted living.