This video provides insight in the OASIS project's outcomes, and how the piloting was conducted. The video features an interview with the OASIS project coordinator Silvio Bonfiglio (FIMI), as well as scenes from piloting and user forums in Bulgaria, Greece, Italy and Romania.
OASIS is an Integrated Project with the scope to revolutionise the interoperability, quality, breadth and usability of services for all daily activities of older people.
More specifically, OASIS targets to utilise ICT and other key technologies in order to provide holistic services to older people to support their physical and psychological independence, stimulate their social or psychological engagement and foster their emotional well being. In doing so, OASIS thus addresses key areas of their activities encompassing: independent living and socialising, autonomous mobility, and flexible work-ability.
OASIS is the acronym of a Large Scale Integrated Project co-financed by the European Commission (7th Framework Programme, ICT and Ageing – Grant Agreement No: 215754). The full project name is: Open architecture for Accessible Services Integration and Standardization. It started on January 1, 2008 and has a length of four years. The OASIS Consortium is composed of 33 Partners from 11 countries. Large Industries, SMEs, Universities, Research Centers, Non-Profit Organizations, Public Organizations and Healthcare Centers are all represented.
For in depth information about the OASIS project, click here.
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