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inDAgo – ein Mobilitätsunterstützungssystem für Senioren auf dem Weg in die Praxis (accepted for publication)

Author:Tim Dutz, Martin Majewski, Stefanie Müller, Andreas Braun, Johannes Konert, Felix Kamieth, Henrik Rieß, Antonija Mrsic Carl, Denise Bender, Verena Brückner, Peter Klein, Reiner Wichert, Stefan Göbel, Ralf Steinmetz
Date:December 2013
Kind:In proceedings - use for conference & workshop papers
Number of characters:15938
Research Area(s):IT in Traffic and Transport
Abstract:Inclusion and participation are core topics of Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) related research. A prerequisite for one’s ability to participate is individual mobility. In this regard, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) funds a group of national research projects that share the common goal to provide supportive mobility services to the elderly. One of these projects is the inDAgo project, which, as of late 2013, is nearing the presentation stage. This article presents the concept that the inDAgo system is based on and provides an inside look on the development progress.
German Abstract:Inklusion und soziale Teilhabe sind zentrale Themen in der Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) Forschung und eine Voraussetzung für soziale Teilhabe ist Mobilität. Im Rahmen der Initiative „Mobil bis ins hohe Alter“ fördert das Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) verschiedene nationale Forschungsprojekte, die zum Ziel haben, Mobilitätsunterstützungssysteme für Senioren zu entwickeln. Eines dieser Projekte ist das inDAgo-Projekt, das im Herbst 2013 kurz vor der Vorstellung seiner Ergebnisse steht. In diesem Beitrag präsentieren wir das Konzept von inDAgo und den aktuellen Entwicklungsstand des Systems.

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