European Commission (EC) Active and Assisted Living Joint Programme (AAL JP) AAL-2017-059

INCARE

scientific project

Integrated Solution for Innovative Elderly Care


Start: October 2018
Finish: October 2021
Principal Investigator: Tomasz Winiarski,
Researchers: Maciej Bogusz, Wojciech Dudek, Włodzimierz Kasprzak, Jarosław Karwowski, Maciej Stefańczyk, Dawid Seredyński, Wojciech Szynkiewicz, Maciej Węgierek, Cezary Zieliński, Łukasz Zieliński,

The European population is ageing and tends to live longer and independently which requires them to have a good quality of life in their daily environment. It is time for the European Commission (EC) Active and Assisted Living Joint Programme (AAL JP) to integrate the technological solutions brought about by the national and European funding programs into viable products for sustainable elderly care. In this respect, there is a lack of complex but well integrated solutions that are intuitively usable, personalizable, and take into consideration the user’s life span dimension. The “Integrated Solution for Innovative Elderly Care” – INCARE project addresses precisely these aspects. Its main objective is to build upon two successful platforms (AAL-NITICS and FP7-RAPP) a new readily available product whose seamless operability and modularity are demonstrated in extensive end-user pilots that help its fast uptake by the market. We will start from previously validated user insights and will use a co-creation approach to tune the INCARE solution. Pilots carried out in four different countries, i.e. Poland, Slovenia, Romania and Hungary, will not only aid the development but will also bring evidence about the effectiveness of the INCARE solution. At larger scale, our aim is to increase awareness and strengthen the trust of primary, secondary and tertiary users (especially policy makers) in the positive effects and huge potential of high-tech AAL solutions, including realistic use of robotic platforms.

INCARE project at AAL portal
INCARE project official side





List of selected publications:
  1. W. Dudek
    Prudent management of interruptible tasks executed by a service robot
    PhD thesis, Warsaw University of Technology, 2021
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  2. D. Gruszczyński and M. Stefańczyk
    Active fall prevention: robotic vision in AAL
    arXiv preprint arXiv:2103.09298, 2021
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  3. K. Chachuła and M. Stefańczyk
    The utilization of spherical camera in simulation for service robotics
    arXiv preprint arXiv:2103.09297, 2021
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  4. T. Winiarski, W. Dudek, M. Stefańczyk, Ł. Zieliński, D. Giełdowski, and D. Seredyński
    An intent-based approach for creating assistive robots’ control systems
    arXiv preprint arXiv:2005.12106, 2020
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  5. W. Dudek and T. Winiarski
    Scheduling of a Robot’s Tasks With the TaskER Framework
    IEEE Access, vol. 8, pp. 161449–161471, 2020
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  6. N. S. Brenčič, M. Dragoi, I. Mocanu, and T. Winiarski
    Intuitive and Intelligent Solutions for Elderly Care
    in Digital Health in Focus of Predictive, Preventive and Personalised Medicine,
    L. Chaari, Ed. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2020, pp. 101–108
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  7. D. Seredyński, T. Winiarski, and C. Zieliński
    FABRIC: Framework for Agent-Based Robot Control Systems
    in 12th International Workshop on Robot Motion and Control (RoMoCo), 2019, pp. 215–222
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  8. W. Dudek, M. Węgierek, J. Karwowski, W. Szynkiewicz, and T. Winiarski
    Task harmonisation for a single–task robot controller
    in 12th International Workshop on Robot Motion and Control (RoMoCo), 2019, pp. 86–91
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