Extensive Experience coming from high-end R&D EU and National projects.
The VEDLIOT project
As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to take shape, promising widespread automation and data exchange, one of the biggest challenges is to act on the data generated. The amount of data collected is huge, the computational power required for processing is high, and the algorithms are complex.
The EU-funded VEDLIoT project (https://vedliot.eu/project/edge4iwelli/) develops an IoT platform that uses deep learning algorithms distributed throughout the IoT continuum.
The proposed new platform with innovative IoT architecture is expected to bring significant benefits to a large number of applications, including industrial robots, self-driving cars, and smart homes.
The project offers an Open Call at project midterm, incorporating additional VEDLIoT-related industrial use-cases in the project, increasing the market readiness of the VEDLIoT solutions.
The overall objective of the PHArA-ON project is to provide support for Europe’s ageing population by integrating digital services, devices, and tools into open platforms that can be readily deployed while maintaining the dignity of older adults and enhancing their independence, safety, and capabilities.
The project will utilise a range of digital tools including connected devices (e.g., the Internet of Things, IoT), artificial intelligence, robotics, cloud and edge computing, smart wearables, big data, and intelligent analytics that will be integrated to provide personalised and optimised health care delivery. (https://www.pharaon.eu)
Murcia Pilot in Spain
The Murcia pilot within the framework of the PHArA-ON project, aims to establish the basis of a new TeleCare Model for the Public Health Care Service of the region starting with patients with chronic heart failure, improving their health and care services and detecting emergency situations to reduce the dependency of older adults.
Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) remain the leading cause of mortality and a major cause of morbidity in Europe. Multimorbidity older people present with cardiac disease often require complex long-term treatment.
Pilot project CardioNET
The pilot project CardioNET will be implemented within the framework of the Murcia Pilot in Spain and will implement and validate the Clinic.iwelli (https://clinic.iwelli.com/) technology.
This is a proven technology that has been implemented and validated in pilots and is part of the iwelli ecosystem of ehealth technologies. Clinic.iwelli will provide nonintrusive cardiac monitoring with a portable (Credit Card like) accurate and easy-to-use ECG device, for older individuals with heart problems like heart failure.
The older people utilising the same toolkit (mobile apps) will be able to monitor their blood pressure, weight and other Vital signs either using their own devices or adopting the Clinic.iwelli systems. The toolkit includes also AI algorithms that automatically diagnose AF and provide analytical data to the doctor.
GATEKEEPER is a European Multi Centric Large-Scale Pilot on Smart Living Environments. The main objective is enabling the creation of a platform that connects healthcare providers, businesses, entrepreneurs, and elderly citizens and the communities they live in, in order to originate an open, trust-based arena for matching ideas, technologies, user needs and processes, aimed at ensuring healthier independent lives for the ageing populations.
The scope of GATEKEEPER is the application of advanced Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) to tackle the challenge of improving the quality of life of citizens while demonstrating its significant efficiency gains in health and care delivery across Europe
The main objective of the Project is to create a GATEKEEPER, that connects healthcare providers, businesses, entrepreneurs, elderly citizens and the communities they live in, in order to originate an open, trust-based arena for matching ideas, technologies, user needs and processes, aimed at ensuring healthier independent lives for the ageing populations.
The aim of the QKD4IntelligentHealth project is to set up a real-world use case where we will apply QKD technology to demonstrate the secure data transfer of encrypted EHR datasets to remote servers for analysis with AI algorithms.
Development of Coordination Mechanisms During Different Kinds of Emergencies- COncORDE (Partner: http://www.concorde-project.eu/): COncORDE is a collaborative research project funded by the European Union under FP7-SEC-2013.4.1-4. The COncORDE project has developed a Decision Support System (DSS) and mHealth applications to improve the preparedness and interoperability of medical services during an emergency that affects the health of the population.
Make it REAAL
participated as a pilot partner in ReAAL (“NCSR Piloting Concept – Realising AAL services in the Greek Territory”) (www.cip-reaal.eu) which is a research project co-funded by the European Union. (CIP ICT-PSP 2012-325189). Theme(s): ICT for Ageing and Wellbeing.
The USEFIL project aimed to address the gap between technological research advances and the practical needs of elderly people by developing advanced but affordable in-home unobtrusive monitoring and web communication solutions. USEFIL used low cost “off-the-shelf” technology to develop immediately applicable services that will assist the elderly in maintaining their independence and daily activities.
INTERMED developed a platform that enhanced the provision of medical services for both citizens and travellers in remote/isolated regions of south-east Mediterranean and on board ships travelling across it.
The platform assisted the distribution of knowledge and collaboration among the health personnel of these areas, making use of wireless and terrestrial broadband telecommunication lines providing the following health care services:
i) Tele-collaboration and tele-consultation services between health care personnel
ii) home care telemedical services for “at risk” citizens
iii) tele-medicine services in emergency situations
iv) eLearning services for the continuous training through seminars for both health-care personnel and persons supporting “at risk” citizens.
Tile-ippokratis-Healthcare in Rural Areas
Tile-Ippokratis modelled and applied home care e-health services for rural areas within the Island of Chios and rehabilitation e-health services for the Emergency Unit of the Hospital of Nicosia within the broader area of Cyprus.
ITSPATOURISM refers to the installation and operation of innovative information technologies (IT) in order to improve the supplied tourist product (spa tourism) of the hot springs and to increase their competitive advantage over other forms of tourism.
More particularly, a Central Internet Portal is hosting promotional content of the Association and its activities.
The proposed project target was the implementation of an integrated information system for spa tourism and e-health services.