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The conference traditionally supports organization of workshops and special sessions.
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* Workshop programme added here.
The second edition of the International Workshop on Enhanced Living EnvironMENTs, ELEMENT-2015, is dedicated to the dissemination and evaluation of original contributions to architectures, techniques, protocols, components, orchestration, choreography and development related to the ELE area. Investigations, discussions and experiences from different stakeholders’ perspective on AAL technologies are welcome. The event is organized in the framework of the ICT COST Action IC1303 Algorithms, Architectures and Platforms for Enhanced Living Environments (AAPELE).
The first edition of the International Workshop on Connected Health Technologies- COHEAT-2015, is dedicated to the dissemination and evaluation of original contributions to new technology-enabled model of healthcare delivery. A key feature of Connected Health is the potential to bring the patient into the management of their own care, through timely provision of relevant, health- related information and feedback.
The event is organized in the framework of the European Network for the Joint Evaluation of Connected Health Technologies (ENJECT).
International workshop on NATO mutli-year science for pease project EAP.SFPP 987453 - "SIARS (SMART I (EYE) ADVISORY RESCUE SYSTEM)"
The development of mobile and web technologies has expanded the usage of mobile devices in customer services. Various mobile and web applications are used today for entertainment, organizing activities, managing resources, accessing bank accounts etc. There is also a growing interest towards the adoption of novel technology in the field of medical monitoring and personal health care systems in general. The innovative technologies provide new ways for easy access and use of health information by health care providers and their patients. These technologies allow health care providers to collect, store and transmit health information electronically. In this way, this information can be used in diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of patients.
The workshop ‘User Needs in ICT Research with a Focus on Health Aspects’ is aimed to better understand, how ICT can help in solving some health-related problems. The health and healthcare domain has been targeted because of its impact on the quality of life of people and with a view to getting concrete, implementable results.