07.07.2010Alps Bio Cluster Catalyst Event on “ICT & Care: toward personalized services”You are hereEventsBioAlps eventsAlps Bio Cluster Catalyst Event on “ICT & Care: toward personalized services”
The Alps Bio Cluster team is organizing the 2nd event of the "Autonomy & Healthcare" network on “ICT & Care : toward personalized services”. The objective is to gather industry, research, end-users organizations and the medico-social professionals in order to :
foster cooperation between the industrial world and the medico-social sector because new technologies for autonomy & health imply, first of all, new paradigms in organization (care cycle, lifestyle, ethic aspects…)
enhance the involvement of the end-users in the production process of products and services
boost innovative project idea gathering technologies and services
set up consortium to build an integrated offer adapted to users’ needs within the framework of European calls (for example, the AAL call open till the 30th of July)
Date and place:
7 & 8 July, 2010 - Grenoble, France
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