After the successful last event, the project has completed its activities as of 30 September 2015. We would like to thank our tenants for taking part in the research, as well as all of the organisations we have partnered with to undertake the work. It has been an interesting project, and we look forward to applying the knowledge we have gained in future engagements. more >>
Unbelievable, but true. The I-stay@home project is already at its end. Results were presented during the final conference at the Representation of the Free State of Bavaria to the EU in Brussels on 24 June 2015.
About 100 participants accepted the invitation and project partners demonstrated how much participants benefitted from the experience. The highlight of the day was the new I-stay@home video documentary that was produced with the help of participating tenants and project partners. more >>
After successfully installing supporting ICT solutions in about 180 dwellings in 9 pilot sites all over Europe and giving the elderly and/or disabled participants some time to get used to the technology, the project could collect useful and quite positive feedback from the users. Also the platform could be introduced with various functions to the participants and be live tested. more >>