I-CARE: Individualized Activation of People with Dementia (2016-2019)
The I-CARE project team develops a tablet-based system that identifies individual activation needs and potentials of people with dementia. On this basis the system provides user-specific activation contents for people with dementia to informal and professional carers. The automatic recognition of emotions such as joy, anger and anxiety plays a pivotal role to enable individual adaptation of activation contents to dynamical changes of the form on the day of people with dementia.
Partners: AWO Karlsruhe gemeinnützige GmbH (Karlsruhe), Universität Bremen (Bremen), Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg (Heidelberg), Anasoft Technology AG (Bochum), Media4Care UG (Berlin), Videmo Intelligente Videoanalyse GmbH & Co KG (Karlsruhe), topsystem Systemhaus GmbH (Würselen)
Collaborative research project of seven partners funded by the BMBF as part of the funding scheme "Care Innovations for People with Dementia", Award number 16SV7386 (2016-2019)
For more information please visit www.projekt-i-care.de
Contact at CSL: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tanja Schultz, Dr.-Ing. Felix Putze, Timo Schulze M.Sc.