The main objective of the research team of FATE is to help improve the quality of life and independence of older people. That is why after completion of pilot project and we got good results of the research, which are reflected in the final device, we are concerned that this solution should be accessible to all.
Thus, all the knowledge and technology developed have been transferred to the company Sense4Care, a spin-off created from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya in order to bring to market the research products generated mainly in the monitoring of human movement.
Specifically, this company will be responsible to bring the marketable results to patients and users of FATE and REMPARK projects. At present, they have signed two agreements that allow technology transfer to exploit the results of:
1. Fall detection, from the FATE project.
2. Sensor for monitoring Parkinson's disease, result of REMPARK project.
To have more information about Sense4Care you can visit their website (http://www.sense4care.com) or contact via e-mail: email@example.com
The Treaties of Rome at 60: Commission recalls Europe's achievements and leads discussion on the future at 27
On 25 March, EU leaders come together in Rome to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome, which were signed on this day in 1957.
Tomorrow we are going to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, a milestone in the history of European integration. It strengthened Europe's foundations on which more than six decades of peace and prosperity were built.
Archive page with main documents of the preparatory steps and of documents that were produced after the adoption of the directive like a communication, studies and public consultations.
This EU supported study summarises the importance of European software and the software-based services (SSBS) industry and their contribution to growth and high value employment in Europe. The report also identifies and describes the key drivers for the industry’s growth and competitiveness. Particular attention is given to the extent and role of in-house software development. Furthermore it includes a number of suggestions for future policies.
Publication of three high level reports of three workshops (data, Terms & Conditions, algorithms) which summarise the discussions and set out in more detail the various practices experienced by the business users.