MyCyFAPP aims at the self-management of enzyme replacement in the chronic disease Cystic Fibrosis by means of a mobile application that allows for a personalised and accurate control and monitoring of the disease thanks to the interaction between...
We have wide experience from the domains of assistive technologies, independent living, health care technologies, crisis and disaster management, cultural heritage and museum systems. We can help you solve a range of research and development tasks in these and other areas.
We specialize in these fields:
- Collaboration technologies and information systems: We do research in how computing technology can be used to include stakeholders, to support goal-oriented collaboration, and to support co-creation processes.
- Human computer interaction and ubiquitous computing: We do research on making technologies easy to use for people with special needs or for people in special work conditions.
- Artificial intelligence and decision support: We do research on how to use artificial intelligence technology to support decisions based on big data sets.
We apply our research in the following areas:
- Active assisted living: Supporting elderly and people with special needs to live independently and with dignity is a crucial part of social inclusion.
- Healthcare: New patterns of chronic diseases require new technologies for supporting healthcare services in our societies where the inclusion of the patients in the services is an important aspect.
- Cultural Heritage: Technologies for promoting the participation of citizens in storytelling and increasing the value of our cultural heritage.
- Crisis Management: Technologies that support rescue workers in their everyday tasks.
Our research is international and we regularly publish the results in international conferences and journals.
ADAPT develops and evaluates technology for assessing fall risks among seniors.
FARSEEING develops and evaluates technology for preventing fall-related incidents among seniors. Falls are the largest cause of injury among elderly in the western world. More than half of seniors above 80 years old fall at least once every year. In...
More than 72 000 people in Norway are suffering from demetia. Each year 10 000 new cases are registered. Approximately 250 000 family members are affected by the disease. People with dementia have problems coping with their daily activities.