lunes, 24 de junio de 2013

Happy Walker project agreements take place in Utrecht

The Happy Walker Project (which mission is promote active life style in elderly) is doing steps forward, this time the consortium meet in Netherlands (Utrecht) (13h to the 14th of January), in the Hogenschool of Applied Sciences, to discuss and agree on two important subjects:
1.- The Happy Walker User Interface.
2.- The Happy Walker Platform Infrastructure. 

The first one is critical to meet target user requirements (easy to use, intuitive, …), and the second one is also very important to avoid traps during the development and meet development schedule before trials.
During the meeting partners agreed on a User Interface mock up that will let elderly users without skills using a smart phone use the Happy Walker device without any problem. Regarding the Infrastructure, technical partners held several sessions where they agreed on the basis of the Happy Walker platform and communication protocol.

All partners of Happy Walker Project attend the meeting ( Hogeschool Utrecht (NL), Vilans (NL), Linkcare (SP), Zorgpalet Baarn-Soest (NL), CIBEK (D), Eljakim IT bv (NL), I+ (It), Verhaert (Be), VISION Localization Systems (Sp) )

We are proud to announce that the Happy Walker Product have a final User Interface Design. This great step was reached during the Sevilla meeting (13h to the 14th of January). This meeting of Happy Walker Project were attended by 19 persons, a great representative list of all partners ( Hogeschool Utrecht (NL), Vilans (NL), Linkcare (SP), Zorgpalet Baarn-Soest (NL), CIBEK (D), Eljakim IT bv (NL), I+ (It), Verhaert (Be), VISION Localization Systems (Sp) ).

During the meeting this main topics were discussed: Happy Walker Architecture, User Interface, Trials with target users in 2014, and product / services development organization.

The greatest goal achieved this meeting was the agreement by all partners on the User Interface that all certified Happy Walker apps will have.

More info: http://www.happyassistedliving.com/en/
More photos: https://www.facebook.com/Happyassistedliving

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