An integrated activity recognition platform for (personal) health services able to detect human activities deriving from heterogeneous data and sources, using scalable algorithms, while safeguarding the privacy of the person. While developing the platform, the HEART team will also define a penetration strategy for the Chinese market that ensure both protection of personal information and acquired sensitive data, and adaption to the needs of the Chinese consumers. The resulting platform is expected to be applied in the wearable sensor technology business and will be highly valuable to further personalize and tailor personal health coaching programs.
A new figure of researchers that will able to face research challenges with an holistic approach, taking into consideration inputs coming both from other disciplines and from the business perspectives.
A significant contribution to the development of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), by establishing an innovative interdisciplinary and intersectoral training programme.