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ECSEL project FITOPTIVIS is launched

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HI Iberia participated last 11th, 12th and 13th of June in the Philips Museum in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, in the kick off meeting for ECSEL project FITOPTIVIS. This project, funded by the ECSEL Joint Undertaking and the MINCOTUR in Spain, will do exciting new research in video and image processing cyber physical systems that use flexible distributed infrastructures between the network core and the edges. HI Iberia participates in a use case for people monitoring using cutting edge computer vision and augmented systems installed in their homes. This use case will be mainly performed HI Iberia in cooperation with Spanish partners such as RGB Medical, Seven Solutions and the University of Granada, in addition to Hurja from Finland. The results of this use case are expected to generate new functionalities for the technologies used by HI Iberia in their platform REVITA for monitoring patients and senior citizens at their homes.
We invite you to follow the results of this exciting new project through our news channel here in HI Iberia.

HI-Iberia hosts the ESTABLISH Consortium Meeting in Madrid

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HI-Iberia hosted the ESTABLISH Consortium Meeting in Madrid on 13th and 14th June 2018. More than 20 people from 12 different companies and from 6 different countries attended the meeting to discuss about the project progress.


The main objectives of the meeting were to go through the project status (work plan and consortium status) and to discuss different aspects about the general arquitecture and the cross-collaboration between the different pilots to be implemented along the project. So, all partners took part in a productive and fruitful meeting with dynamic groups sessions and very useful discussions.


SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETING OF WELLCO

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Last 7th and 8th June, the second General Assembly Meeting of WellCo was held at the headquarters of Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK) in Trento, six months after the starting of the project in December this year.

The aim of the meeting was to set the basis for the development of the last tasks of the co-design phase as well as the beginning of the implementation phase for the platform.

The first day of the meeting was very based on ethics and management. The first part of the day was focused on aspects related to project management as well as ethics, specially after the entry into force of the new regulation for data protection (GDPR). The second part was more centred on co-design, thus, a use case was presented where the initial vision of WellCo was presented as well as the initial requirements for the platform and the work that has still to be done. The day ended with 2 parallel sessions where, end-user organizations and technical partners, respectively discussed aspects regarding the methodology for trials and the implementation of the platform.

The second day was more technical. During it, the leaders of the monitoring modules and those for sentiment analysis, proposed different initiatives where they explained how they envisaged their modules as well as the work they had performed so far. The meeting ended with a review of the aspects of dissemination and exploitation of the project as well as the policies for open data management.

There was a general feeling of satisfaction after the end of the meeting, since several agreements and important decisions were taken, and this, will allow partners to keep effectively working in the coming 6 months.

CARE4U Project - Second Transnational Meeting

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Last 24th May the CARE4U Project second transnational meeting took place at BEST Institut für berufsbezogene Weiterbildung und Personaltraining GmbH dependences.

The main objective of the meeting was the discussion about the contents to be included in the platform and the mock-ups for the layout presented by HI-Iberia. After a session talking about the envisaged working of the platform and agreing on its functionalities, the final design of CARE4U Platform will be ready and tested with 2 end-users from each company at the end of June 2018.

 

HI Iberia presents SIMPATICO in the Conference on "Easy-to-Read" in Valencia

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Last May 19th, HI Iberia presented the ongoing work and results of project SIMPATICO in the Conference on "Easy-to-Read" of the Generalitat Valenciana held in the University of Valencia. The event gathered more than 150 interdisciplinary professionals in fields as disparate as linguistics, neurobiology, teaching and, thanks in part to HI Iberia, engineering of systems that integrate texts that are easy to read to everyone, thus increasing their inclusivity for endangered collectives such as elders, semi-literate persons or persons witt disabilities.
HI Iberia presented the leading edge work in SIMPATICO regarding simplification of the interaction with the Public Administrations, including very related elements such as text simplification and workflow adaptation in interaction for complex tasks. The event was successful in making SIMPATICO known to a wide array of potential end-users, related projects and fellow researchers. The slides for the event are available from the SIMPATICO website.

Meeting of members of projects approved within the call SC1-PM-15-2017

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As part of the approach proposed by some of the coordinators of projects approved under the call SC1-PM-15-2017 “Personalised coaching for well-being and care of people as they age” regarding the creation of a common architecture that simplifies the technical implementation of the different solutions as well as contributes to maximize their impact, members of CAPTAIN, COUCH, EMPATHIC, Holobalance, NESTORE, SAAM, vCare and, of course, WellCo project, were met last 1st of March in Brussels with the aim of discussing and takind decisions around this initiative.

The meeting started with a presentation where each of the members introduced his/her project, with a special focus on technical aspects. This session was followed by another one where attendees showed frameworks and solutions currently existing. The meeting was finalized with a discussion where members laid the foundations for the creation of the common architecture as well as for the definition of mechanisms that favour the communication among different members.

In summary, all members agreed on sharing those resources which were beneficial for the rest of projects and that did not violate intelectual property rigths. In the coming months, several teleconferences will be performed in order to clarify the route to follow.

HI-Iberia attended the First Official ITEA Review in Oulu

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HI-Iberia attended the 1st Official ITEA Review in Oulu on 27th and 28th February 2018 due to our relevant role in the project as WP5 leader and National coordinator. The review outcomes were satisfactories, and the reviewers provided interesting comments in order to improve the performance of the ESTABLISH project.

HI-Iberia attended the Kick-off Meeting of PAPUD project

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HI-Iberia attended the KO Meeting of PAPUD (Profiling and Analysis Platform Using Deep Learning) project funded under the ITEA3 programme. The meeting took place on 30th and 31st January 2018 in Grenoble (France) and it was hosted by ATOS. 

PAPUD main objective is to build a universal model for data analytics using Deep Learning on a proposed set of technologies including HPDA environment that fit best to the data provided. Concretely, HI-Iberia leads the Spanish Consortium and participates and leads the national use case that will be focused in providing a tool for the RRHH department. 

HI-Iberia was present in the VUK Project Meeting in Vienna.

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HI-Iberia was present in the VUK Project Meeting in Vienna, hosted by HGB on 11th and 12th December 2017. The main objectives of the meeting were to go through the progress and status of the different technical modules that make up the VUK platform and to discuss different aspects about the exploitation and the business models related to the VUK product. So, all partners took part in a productive and fruitful meeting with dynamic groups sessions and very useful discussions.

HI-Iberia attended the plenary meeting of project SIMPATICO

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HI Iberia attended on January 17th and 18th to the 7th plenary meeting of project SIMPATICO in Manchester, United Kingdom. There, essential planning for the second evaluation sessions to be held in autumn 2018 was discussed. HI Iberia will again be an integral part of the team coordinating the evaluation in Galicia, hosting the solution and developing interactive components such as the Session Feedback and the civil servant dashboard.

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First Steps for the dissemination of WellCo Project

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With the aim of spreading the main innovations proposed by WellCo as well as the impact that these advances involve regarding the provision of personalized coaching for the adoption of healthier behaviours that ensure well-being and care of people as they age, different publications have been realized in different magazines and online portals in Spain, such as:

Portal IM Médico – A solution to improve the quality of life in people through healthier behaviours - http://www.immedicohospitalario.es/noticia/13071/una-solucion-que-mejora-la-calidad-de-vida-en-las-personas-mayores-co


Portal Innova Spain - WellCo, artificial intelligence for older people  - https://www.innovaspain.com/wellco-inteligencia-artificial-abuelos/  

 

These publications are the basis for the long dissemination process envisaged for WellCo and that will be intensified as the project grows. 

PROMOTIONAL VIDEO FOR COME

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With the aim of fostering greater understanding of CoME and attracting possible stakeholders and users, project consortium has created a video where the characteristics and functionalities of CoME as well as the advantages it offers for the prevention and detection of MCI are explained.

If you want to watch the video, click on the following link.

Hi-iberia participates in the integration meeting of SWARMs project

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Different integration tests of software and hardware of the SWARMs project were held at the TECNALIA facilities in Bilbao on 11th and 12th December 2017. In this meeting HI-Iberia, as responsible for the storage modules (ontology and databases), was involved in different tests with the aim of verifying that other modules sucefully store data in the corresponding repositories. Also, Hi-iberia participated in parallel meetings, among other issues, a proposal was discussed to provide alert notifications to the MMT and it was defined how this information will be stored in the ontology.

WellCo Starts!

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The European project H2020 WellCo coordianted by HI-Iberia and funded by the European Comision (Grant Agreement no. 769765) under the topic Personalised coaching for well-being and care of people as they age, held the KO Meeting for setting the initial steps of the project on December 4th and 5th at HI-Iberia dependences.

During the following months the project will start with the project development and all the progress will be published in the official project webpage www.wellco-project.eu

 

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HI-Iberia coordinates the meeting for SOMEDI Project

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During 23rd and 24th of November, HI-Iberia coordinated and held the SOMEDI project meeting in Madrid for month 12 of project execution. Eight people attended the meeting from the 5 companies compounding the project consortium, from Romania and Spain. During the meeting, the team worked on compiling project status (work plan and consortium status); provided details about the possible inclusion of new partners in the project consortium as well as the cooperation with other European projects, and worked in the preparation of the Year 1 project review that will take place on January, 23rd.

SoMeDi tries to solve the challenge of efficiently generating and utilising social media and digital interaction data enabled intelligence. The results of the project will give the companies competitive advantage through quicker and more automatic processes that benefit from and utilise the data about users' intentions and preferences in various digital environments, and by being able to reach out to consumers and business users through current and emerging social media channels. SoMeDi's goal is to unlock the value hidden in the digital content and traces of human (inter) actions through the application of advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques