7. November 2016:
Data from the iStoppFalls long-term living lab have been published in the ACM Transactions on Computer-Human
Interaction (TOCHI), which is available here:
ICT-Based Fall Prevention
System for Older Adults: Qualitative Results from a Long-Term Field Study
in the ACM Transactions on Computer-Human
Interaction (TOCHI), Volume 23 Issue 5, October 2016.
Consortium Members of the
iStoppFalls project are: University of Siegen (coordinator), German Sport
University Cologne, Neuroscience Research Australia, Austrian Institute of
Technology, Instituto de Biomecánica de Valencia, Philips Research Europe and
Kaasa Solution. This project has received
funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research,
technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no .
The Australian arm is funded
by Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) EU
collaboration grant (#1038210).