Life Supporting Technologies - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Life Supporting Technologies (LifeSTech) is a research, development and innovation group, part of UPM. Its activities are devoted to the design, development, evaluation and training of ICT based services and applications, for the creation and promotion of new ideas, methods and technological solutions throughout the value chain of e-Health and e-Inclusion related organizations.
LifeSTech group is active in standardization and technology support bodies such as the National Technical Committee 139 for Health Informatics, within the Spanish Standards National Association (AENOR), the AALOA open association, and the technological platform eVIA (Spanish National technology Platform for Health, Wellbeing and Social Inclusion). LifeSTech is also a dynamic member of National and European Excellence Networks on e-Accessibility. Both past and current R&D projects funded by several national and European private and public research programs endorses LifeSTech experience, and a significant number of articles and papers that contribute to the dissemination of the results obtained in the different research areas. Moreover, LifeSTech is actively involved in the EIP-AHA, leading different Action Areas in several Action Groups. LifeSTech has a considerable experience working in ICT solutions for independent living, disease management platforms for chronic disease patients and users’ behavioural modelling that has been demonstrated through its participation in some of the most challenging FP6 and FP7 projects in the areas of ICT application to AAL, e-Inclusion and e-Health among others.
Centre Expert en Technologies et Services pour le Maintien en Autonomie à Domicile des Personnes Agées
MADoPA is an “Association Loi 1901” (the term used in France for a not-for-profit organisation governed by a law passed in 1901) set up in 2008. Its activities and funding are based entirely on the expertise it provides for European (FP7, H2020, EIT Health), national and regional projects, and at the request of industrial operators (EDF, SANOFI, ESSILOR, etc.), mutual insurance companies (MACIF Mutualité, Mutualité Française de la Loire, etc), and local authority bodies (CNSA, Pension funds, Île-de-France regional health authority, Grand Est regional health authority, Aube Conference of funders of measures to prevent the loss of elderly individuals’ independence, etc.).
Research Institutes of Sweden
Acreo Swedish ICT offers innovative and value-adding ICT solutions for sustainable growth and competitiveness in industry and society. As one of Europe's top research institutes, we provide cutting edge resources and technologies within Sensors and Actuators, Power Electronics, Digital Communication and Life Science. Acreo Swedish ICT has 135 employees in Kista, Gothenburg, Norrköping, Lund and Hudiksvall. Acreo is a part of Swedish ICT and RISE.
The researchers in the Machine Learning and Data Analytics (MAD) lab conduct theoretical and applied research for wearable computing systems and machine learning algorithms for engineering applications at the intersection of sports and health care. Our motivation is generating a positive impact on human wellbeing, be it through increasing performance, maintaining health, improving rehabilitation, or monitoring disease.