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CarerSupport is coordinated from Maggioli S.p.A. – CEDAF Division.   Maggioli S.p.A. – CEDAF Division Via Niccolò Copernico, 103/Q, 47122 Forlì, Italy Tel. +39 (0)543 727014 Fax +39 (0)543 727401 E-mail: carersupport@maggioli.it   For any information you may require, do not hesitate to contact us. Please fill out the following form (note that all fields are...

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Maggioli Group

Maggioli Group

Maggioli is the leading Italian company that offers a broad range of specific, highly professional solutions, that improves the managerial effectiveness and efficiency of the local Public Administrations and related professions. Today, Maggioli is present all over Italy with a highly qualified assistance and consulting network, consequence of over 4.000 installations. The Group is divided in five business units: (i) Document Management, (ii) Publishing & Conventions, (iii) Training & Consulting, (iv) Tax and Revenue Management, and (vi) Information Technology (IT). The “IT pole Maggioli”, born from the integration of the experiences of “Maggioli Informatica” and other important software houses acquired in the last years (such as: Cedaf, Studio K, Eldasoft, Asitech, and Saga) is the most qualified Italian company in ICT solutions and services for the local Public sector. The Cedaf Division, in particular, is engaged in R&D activities and technologically advanced projects, especially in the e-Health domain, where provides ICT solutions for social and health services management. One of the most important projects was the “I-Care” project, which focused on the implementation and testing of a new ICT system designed to provide on-line access to health and social services, with a special regard to the service of providing care (medical or otherwise) at home to elderly people. The evolution of I-Care prototype gave rise to ICARO, a complete and up-to-date software product already adopted by several Italian municipalities and health-care agencies (Parma, Pavia, Cagliari, Forlì, Teramo, Alghero, Rimini, etc.). ICARO is intrinsically oriented to the integration with other systems, in line with the modern principles of SOA (Service Oriented Architecture). This guidance has been realized by adopting specific architectural choices standards: clear separation of the business logic from the presentation layer, system integration via web services, use of HL7 standard, etc. The Cedaf Division has recently successfully concluded the implementation of the SOCIABLE project, which introduces a radically new approach for ICT assisted cognitive training and social activation for a wide range of senior citizens including cognitive intact elderly, older adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment, as well as patients suffering from mild Alzheimer’s disease. For more information visit the website:...

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iHomeLab

iHomeLab

iHomeLab of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts is the leading research centre for building intelligence in Switzerland. Together with the support of its over 70 industrial partners, the iHomeLab team conducts funded applied research in the areas of AAL, human building interaction (HBI) and energy efficiency (EE). Since 1997 the iHomeLab team gained broad experience in conducting over 35 applied and cutting edge research projects, funded by national and international authorities and in close cooperation with its industrial partners (e.g. Swisscom, Siemens, Landis+Gyr, ABB, Phonak, Schindler) and end-user organisations (e.g. Swiss Red Cross, terzStiftung). During AAL projects, iHomeLab has gained experience in user centred requirements engineering focusing on the needs of the elderly end-users. The around 20 computer scientists, electrical engineers and physicists are also capable of developing and verifying technical concepts, hardware and the software from the sensor, to the wireless gateway connecting them to the backend software and finally to the user on his mobile device. iHomeLab actively take part in shaping new standards and technologies being a member of standards organisations (e.g. ZigBee Alliance, KNX Scientific, IPv6 Council, IoT Forum) as well as focusing on user driven solutions and pilot operations being part of the European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL). Further, iHomeLab has hands-on experience in the analysis, adoption, integration, deployment and test of hardware & software infrastructures and the implementation and test of user centric services in trials. For more information visit the website:...

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BluePoint IT Solutions

BluePoint IT Solutions

BluePoint is a young company established in Bucharest, Romania, working in the banking IT consulting and RTD in IT. At the end of 2007, the company acquired ATC ROM SRL from ATC S.A., Greece, that was renamed to BluePoint IT Solutions SRL and currently employs: (a) a team of consultants with various levels of experience in the Flexcube core banking solution, who participate in Flexcube implementation and support projects in Greece and South East Europe for Oracle Financial Software Services S.A, Greece, and (b) a team of highly experienced IT professionals that work in the development of software products and complex custom solutions for the banking, financial services and corporate market segments. The company has an experienced team for custom software development and the development of complete applications based on either the Microsoft .NET platform or Java (J2EE etc), addressing multi-tier complex architectures We are in position to develop complete solutions from GUI to Applications Server to Communication Layer to Database and/or parts thereof, web services etc. Application development focuses on the delivery of complex solutions for e-commerce, collaborative work and dynamic content management. The company is actively involved in the design, implementation and/or operation of technology enabled learning solutions including: (a) the design, deployment and operations of the respective technological infrastructure that involves learning and content management systems, synchronous and asynchronous platforms (offering also hosting and ASP/SaaS alternatives), (b) the instructional and multimedia design of custom digital learning content for on-line delivery (including simulations and interactivity) through team of experienced consultants, instructional designers and graphics artists, (c) the commercial representation of leading global providers of e-learning content tools for content development, and digital e-learning content for a broad range of learning disciplines. The company actively promotes on-line and blended training in the banking sector with pilot projects in Bancpost, Banca Romaneasca and Piraeus Bank in Romania, where we offer the design and deployment of e-learning solutions, the development of custom digital training content and third party digital content through partnership with strong international vendors (Skillsoft US, KESDEE India) and participates in RTD projects for knowledge management and transfer.   For more information visit the website: www.bluepoint-it.ro...

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Universitetet i Oslo

Universitetet i Oslo

The University of Oslo (Universitetet i Oslo) is involved in the project through the Institute for Health and Society, Department of Nursing Science (Faculty of Medicine). The Institute has a strong research portfolio that addresses challenges in community health, specifically focus on the elderly population and competency development, which is expertise this project will take advantage of. The current activities of the University of Oslo and, in particular, of the Institute for Health and Society are perfectly aligned to CarerSupport, since the project focuses on providing tools for a blended learning environment to alleviate family members and informal care givers, which falls within the objectives of UIO’s ongoing research portfolio.   For more information visit the website: www.med.uio.no/helsam...

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KiV

KiV

The Regional Inter-Municipal Cooperation (Kommunesamarbeidet i Vestfold) is a consortium of 14 municipalities in the county of Vestfold and includes: Andebu, Hof, Holmestrand, Horten, Nøtterøy, Re, Tjøme Tønsberg, Stokke, Lardal, Larvik and Sandefjord, Sande and Svelvik. KiV’s mission is to develop services, coordinate municipal planning, land use and industrial policy, and be spokesmen for common, local interests. Previous projects of particular interest to CarerSupport, include broadband digital infrastructure, comprehensive web-services, a shared community “toolbox” with common templates and some training programs, as well as systematized interaction with specialized health services for continuity and cooperation across levels of care. KiV has several professional network committed to learning best practices, professional development and common solutions, and used a service to support home dwelling care recipients with ample assistance needs through social and digital networks (www.trygghestnett.no). The proposed project adds to KiV’s portfolio of activities, and specifically this project’s explicit focus to provide tools for a blended learning environment to alleviate family members and informal caregiver burden adds to our on-going efforts. For more information visit the website:...

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Oslo Kommune

Oslo Kommune

The City of Oslo (Oslo Kommune) is the largest city in Norway. It has about 625.000 inhabitants, 15 Districts, and employs approximately 45.000 people. A major part of its activity is focused on health and social services, including community health, health services for the elderly, social care, and services for the disabled. Among 65+ inhabitants, 7.8% of those aged 65-80 and 34.7% of those 80+ receive home care of some kind, and approximately 33% of those 65+ receives practical help benefits from their city district (data from 2011). The Health Agency of the City of Oslo will collaborate with the University of Oslo (Universitetet i Oslo) to carry out one case study. Efforts to strengthen interdisciplinary care, communication and coordination is one of the strategies to meet future service requirements. Building on collaborative arrangements, this project will strengthen efforts to develop services to the homebound care recipients, and specifically involve informal caregivers in collaboration with Kirkens Bymisjons “pårørendeskolen”. For more information visit the website:...

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Consortium

CarerSupport will be implemented on a user-centric project consortium, which includes several user organizations and technology partners. User organizations will facilitate the validation of the project’s approach by a critical mass of secondary users, while technology partners will focus on the successful integration and deployment of the CarerSupport platform and services, while also empowering the CarerSupport business models. In particular, the corsortium includes:

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