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Mind Inclusion 2.0: first training

From the 25th till the the 28th of March, educators from the Mind Inclusion 2.0 consortium will meet at the headquarters of INTRAS Foundation in Valladolid (Spain) for a training on the use of co-creative methodologies to engage disabled people in the local community.   What is Mind Inclusion 2.0? Mind Inclusion 2.0 is a […]

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CAPTAIN project: 5th meeting in Lausanne

The 5th meeting of the H2020 CAPTAIN project took place in Lausanne (Switzerland). From the 4th to the 7th March, partners met for two days of technical meeting and two days of plenary meeting. During the firsts two days, technical partners discussed about the architecture and the design of the components of the CAPTAIN e-coach system, the smart assistant for […]

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Erasmus+ project Mind Inclusion 2.0

On November 1st, the Erasmus+ project Mind Inclusion 2.0 has officially begun.   Mind Inclusion 2.0 is founded by the Erasmus+ program under the call KA204 “Strategic partnerships supporting innovation”, in the field of adult education. Social IT will work on the project along with 5 partners from 4 European countries (IT, ES, FR, LT) […]

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Press Conference of CAPTAIN project

This morning, at the Villa Rosa Hospital in Pergine, a press conference was held to present the European project CAPTAIN, which involves APSS, University of Trento and Social IT, together with many other European partners. The project was presented by the three Italian scientific directors: Dr. Giovanni Guandalini, Medical Director of APSS, head of ABILITA […]

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CAPTAIN project: 4th meeting in Leeds

The 4th meeting of the H2020 CAPTAIN project took place in Leeds (UK). On Tuesday 4th September, technical partners met to define the last details of the hardware and software components that will comprise the CAPTAIN system, and which will be used in the Living Labs to co-create CAPTAIN technologies together with end users (AGILE methodology).The next day, Wednesday 5th September, the […]

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CAPTAIN project: workshop on methodology and presentation to the territory

Last week, at the premises of the Villa Rosa Rehabilitation Hospital in Pergine, two workshops were held within the CAPTAIN project. On May 23rd and 24th the workshop took place between the project partners on the Agile methodology in Living Labs. Two days of discussion on best practices to define the common methodology to be […]

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The clinical study of UNCAP is the winner of the HT Challenge

The XVIII National AIIC Conference (Italian Association of Clinical Engineers) was held in Rome from May 10th to 12th. During the conference the first edition of the HT Challenge took place, which replaced the tradition call for abstracts with which the research work was selected for the poster area or short presentations. Eight thematic areas […]

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CAPTAIN claims the 2017 Living Lab Project Award by ENoLL

The project Horizon2020 CAPTAIN is among the 24 final candidate projects for the 2017 Award for the Living Lab Project by ENoLL. The competition will be open until Sunday 29 April 2018. Project winner will receive a free entry to OpenLivingLab Days 2018 in Geneva, Switzerland. We invite you to vote for CAPTAIN here! For more information, read the post on the CAPTAIN website.

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UNCAP newsletter no. 11

The UNCAP project comes to its end in 2017. In the last project newsletter are presented some videos of the pilot sites that participated in the project by installing UNCAP technologies in their facilities. The other pilots’ videos can be viewed on the UNCAP project’s YouTube channel. For more information, about UNCAP’ pilots site read […]

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