Category: progress

Wrapping up project work before the end of 2022

While the festive celebrations are currently in full swing, our project work is still in full motion.  This is a brief update of the work carried out by the DS4 team in the last few weeks:

We attended the EFPF Final Event in Brussels and presented an example of our open call results to a wide audience.

Jointly with our collaborators from Kodar we visited the Medical University of Plovdiv and discussed the need for localisation of the iHelp software.  Thank you MUP team for making us so welcome!

We attended the 2nd Plenary meeting of the RoBetArme project in Copenhagen at the premises of one of the construction partners.  It was a great chance to participate in the brain-storming sessions with the other enthusiastic partners.  The highlight for us must be observing the shorcreting demonstration.

We are planning our participation in the First General Assembly Meeting of the MobiSpaces project which will take place in January 2023 in Vienna.  We are looking forward to meeting our partners again in order to align our work so far and our viewpoints at the early stages of this project.

Busy Summer 2022

Our DS4 team worked hard over the summer wrapping up Systems and Deliverables in the EFPF and  iHelp projects, taking part in the Kick-off Meeting of the RoBetArme project and planning for the start on a new exciting project in September.

Thank you goes to all our researchers, collaborators and partners for their contributions in delivering the project work on time.

Progress with the Team Creator @ EFPF Project

It has now been 4 months after the start of our collaboration with the EFPF project.  In that time we submitted our first deliverables covering our IPR and Exploitation Plans, and also requirements analysis, architecture and scenario definitions regarding the Team Creator module, and the ways in which it will fit within the EFPF platform.  In the first months of 2022 we continue to work on prototype development, system integration and piloting.

One year in the iHelp Project

At the end of the first year of the iHelp project we submitted our first deliverable report which contains proposed functionality of key interfaces of the iHelp system, categorises potential iHelp users and provides further guidelines for the user interface development of the iHelp system.  The mobile interface part of the system aims to attract and retain users in a manner which maximizes the impact of the proposed health interventions.  At the same time the guidelines ensure that the software is developed in alignments with the requirements stipulated in relation to developing medical devices.

In 2022 work continues with further discussions about the functionality of the user interfaces