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ACCRA TRIALOG, ACCRA Consortium

TRIALOG, ACCRA Consortium
Active & Healthy Living and Ageing Project finished

Location:
France, Italy, Netherlands
Description:

The objective of the ACCRA robotic solutions is to improve or maintain the level of autonomy, to secure the daily lives and to promote the maintenance of socialisation of the elderly people with loss of autonomy.

The mission of ACCRA is to enable the development of advanced ICT Robotics based solutions for extending active and healthy ageing in daily life by defining, developing and demonstrating an agile co-creation development process.

See paper: Knowledge Engineering Framework for IoT Robotics Applied to Smart Healthcare and Emotional Well-Being. Amelie Gyrard, Kasia Tabeau, Laura Fiorini, Antonio Kung, Eloise Senges, Marleen De Mul, Francesco Giuliani, Delphine Lefebvre, Hiroshi Hoshino, Isabelle Fabbricotti, Daniele Sancarlo, Grazia D’Onofrio, Filippo Cavallo, Denis Guiot, Estibaliz Arzoz-Fernandez, Yasuo Okabe, Masahiko Tsukamoto. International Journal of Social Robotics 2021. Springer Nature

Partners involved:
ACCRA Consortium
More details:
ACCRA produced a Methodology Handbook (for agile cocreation of robots for ageing), called LIFE. The goal of the LIFE methodology is to bring together robotics developers, engineers, stakeholders and end-users to cocreate robotics solutions that are more meaningful to end-users, in particular on specific targets such as the elderly. The originality of this methodology is that it seeks to bring together two very different entities: robotics and the elderly with a loss of autonomy. The central axis of this agile cocreation methodology is to position the elderly user at the very heart of the development of robotic solutions.
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UWEDAT AIT

AIT
Air Pollution in Urban Regions, Indoor Environmental Quality Solution available

Location:
Vienna, Austria
Description:

UWEDAT is a high-performance and high-precision sensor network solution for air, water, soil, traffic, CBRN contamination, electromagnetism, weather & industry monitoring. UWEDAT, as a robust but flexible system, is the only solution that manages the balancing act between a stationary certified “fit for purpose” solution and a modern toolbox that is also open for other industries, other measurement hardware and the integration of area data.

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ASCAPE Arthur's Legal

Arthur's Legal
Active & Healthy Living and Ageing Ongoing Project

Location:
Greece, Spain, Sweden
Description:

ASCAPE is a EU Horizon2020 project that uses AI and big data for the developments of solutions for cancer treatment. Throughout four pilots, data that are collected through questionnaires or wearable devices are used through the Healthcare Information System to make more accurate diagnosis, to predict the future health status of patients, and to take medical action accordingly.

Partners involved:
ASCAPE Consortium
More details:
The role of ASCAPE is to support the Patient by providing actionable information to their Doctor. This way, the role of the Doctor is not replaced, but rather, is supplemented and enhanced, by the use of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data. These are delivered in an appropriate, fit-for-purpose environment, which safeguards patient data privacy, security and anonymity, and promotes a balanced relationship between Patients and Doctors.
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AIOTI
Semantic Interoperability Solution available

Location:
Brussels
Description:

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Partners involved:
Member no. 1, Member no. 2
More details:
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Name Provider Domains Status
PULSE LifeSupporting Technologies - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

LifeSupporting Technologies - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Air Pollution in Urban Regions Project finished

Location:
Barcelona, Spain
Description:

LifeStech has successfully coordinated the PULSE project, engaging in a collaborative dialogue with a range of stakeholders across seven global cities to transform public health from a reactive to a predictive system focused on both risk and resilience.

Partners involved:
PULSE Consortium
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Pulsair App has been developed to foster a healthy lifestyle and to make people more aware about the air pollution in the city. The app can be connected to FitBit, Garmin and Asus health tracker devices; the citizens can provide subjective data (from app questionnaires), physiological and activity data (from the wearable sensors) and localization data.
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FLOOD-serv SIMAVI

SIMAVI
IoT solutions crisis management Project finished

Location:
Slovakia, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Romania
Description:

The FLOOD-serv platform is dedicated to citizens of pilot and partner cities aiming to contribute to flood risk mitigation. The FLOOD-serv Portal offers news, multimedia galleries and data-based flood reports in each of the participating cities

Partners involved:
FLOOD-serv Consortium
More details:
The FLOOD-serv System is an integrated multi-component, Multilanguage system designed to serve public authorities, citizens and stakeholders in various aspects of flood risk management: management, coordination of alerts and missions, communication with and involvement of citizens, flood risk awareness raising, etc. The FLOOD-serv System is the technical output of the FLOOD-serv Project.



The FLOOD-serv Portal (developed by Siveco) acts as the overall entry point to the FLOOD-serv System and is a portal for presenting information and engaging in dialogue with citizens related to floods.
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Smart City Active Ageing INFN Laboratory for Technology Transfer (National Institute of Nuclear Physics-Bologna)

INFN Laboratory for Technology Transfer (National Institute of Nuclear Physics-Bologna)
Active & Healthy Living and Ageing Project finished

Location:
Bologna
Description:

This experience produced a full workflow of data collection from a laser sensor connected to a mobile application, working as edge device, which subsequently transmits the data to a Cloud platform for analysing and processing data. Sensor. Cloud, 5G, IOT, Edge computing, MQTT

Partners involved:
INFN TTLab. Unibo DEI, BiRex Pilot Plant
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This experience analyses Edge controlled/assisted system with Multiaccess Edge Computing based approach O-RAN (Transforming the Radio Access Networks Industry Towards Open, Intelligent, Virtualized and Fully Interoperable RAN) Cloud, 5G, IOT, Edge computing, MQTT, ORAN

Intelligent edge: Pervasive services, through which users can get real-time, personalized assistance and experiences Need of automatic real-time optimization of heterogeneous resources and fast configurations optimally selecting network functions and AI techniques
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The processing of large amount of data could benefit from the use of MEC (multi-access edge computing) instead of uploading data to the cloud which could cause additional roundtrip delay. The low latency is a key requirement in this experience
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TwinERGY Ideas for Change

Ideas for Change
Twin Transition Onging Project

Location:
Barcelona
Description:

H2020 project whose objective is to test how digital twin technology can help a more active participation of energy consumers and help them become prosumers. To do so, a suite of innovative tools to predict citizens’ consumption patterns and their comfort preferences are developed, analysing the flexibility potential that individuals, buildings and communities can provide to the electrical grid thus maximising their aggregated value.

Partners involved:
Consortium of 18 partners
More details:
- Sustainable futures: encouraging the implementation of Demand Response Solutions that allow consumers to lower or adjust their consumption to foster global energy savings.
- Place local communities at the center of energy markets: a shift in the market is possible by enabling the energy trading flexibility by energy citizens.
- Transform roles in the industry: new business models for local energy communities and retailers to overcome major market entry barriers for prosumers.
- Deliver an open and interoperable energy solution: connecting smart grids, energy management systems and smart home devices to enable more sustainable, effective and efficient energy use.
- Provide a worldwide alternative for the energy system: the adoption of the TwinERGY solution will be promoted to maximise the project outcomes.
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Action is taking place in four pilot sites: Bristol (United Kingdom), Benetutti (Italy), Steinheim (Germany) and Athens (Greece). Each demonstration stands up for providing emergent technologies such as smart contracts, smart plugs and intelligent and personalised Demand Response programmes which are used by participants and installed in their homes.
Name Provider Domains Status
Smart Waste Ubiwhere

Ubiwhere
Municipal and Agricultural Waste Management Solution available

Location:
Portugal
Description:

With Ubiwhere’s Smart Waste Management System, it is simpler to manage the urban waste collection in cities. Through the placement of sensors with low energy consumption and high durability in the traditional trash bins, it is possible to keep tight control on the state of the container, its location and security, thus increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of the waste management teams.

Partners involved:
EDM Tech
More details:
Smart Waste main features are the following:

  • - Routes optimization: Calculation and providence of the best route to the garbage collection operators; Operation rules that can be considered in the routing algorithm: filling level; containers dimensions; last garbage collection date; vehicles dimensions; streets properties
  • - Container indicators: Occupancy level evolution and behaviour visualization; Alarms generation when the occupancy level is at or surpasses the threshold level
  • - Anomalies: Display and filtration of reported incidents; Incident type definition (type, status, geographical location and date)
  • - Configurations: Demonstration of the waste routes display functionalities and incident registration
Next Steps:
Deploy more smart containers for SMART PAYT in Portuguese cities.
Name Provider Domains Status
Urban Platform Ubiwhere

Ubiwhere
Air Pollution in Urban Regions, Collecting Data, IoT solutions crisis management Solution available

Location:
Portugal, Spain, Finland, Belgium,
Description:

Ubiwhere’s flagship product for Smart Cities, an interoperable cloud platform for sustainability and to improve quality of life in smart communities.

Partners involved:
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The Urban Platform was created by Ubiwhere to address cities’ daily challenges and truly prepared them for the future. Easy, intuitive and comprehensive, it offers a global and integrated view of the city to Municipalities, authorities and service providers, displaying information on its several verticals, from mobility and energy to air quality and sustainability.

With the new service of atmospheric monitoring, Urban Platform offers cities valuable indicators for more efficient management of services (on the scope of Mobility, for instance), with direct impact over air quality, so they can be aligned with the European and international metrics for sustainable development (such as the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals) and focus on improving the quality of life of its citizens through a clean and safe air.

Next Steps:
Open-source contributions, AI developments, new deployments and improvements.

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