IBH Living Lab "Active and Assisted Living" (AAL)

The IBH Living Labs research network aims to supply AAL technologies and related human auxilliary services (technology-service combinations) within the cross-border Lake Constance region, which will meet the requirements of the healthcare systems of the different countries and the technical standards of sustainability.

For this purpose, 12 universities and 21 partners from practice in the Lake Constance region will work together to build a stable, interdisciplinary research network which will examine and analyze user, technology, network and market barriers to AAL solutions, and to develop, prepare and partially realize specific measures for the sustainable removal of such barriers.

This process will initially take place within a framework project lasting just over 4 years and including if possible the entire network. During this timeframe smaller research groups will work on projects which look more closely at specific AAL barrier problems which have been identified to realize appropriate measures.

Further information can be found under IBH Living Lab and Internationale Bodenseehochschule.

  • Project duration -
  • Research theme Society, Health, Sustainability
  • Research Institute Care & Technology Lab
Project partners
  • Kempten University of Applied Sciences
  • Furtwangen University
  • Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Gestaltung Konstanz
  • Baden-Württemberg State Cooperative University, Ravensburg
  • Hochschule Ravensburg-Weingarten
  • Reutlingen University
  • St. Gallen University of Applied Sciences
  • University of St. Gallen
  • University of Tübingen
  • Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences
  • Kalaidos University of Applied Sciences Switzerland
  • Zürich University of Applied Sciences
IBH Living Lab AAL (I10740-1)

The project is funded through the "Alpenrhein-Bodensee-Hochrhein 2014 - 2020" Interreg V programme (EU regional programme) (Reference code: ABH040).

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