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Wednesday, October 09, 2019

ERCIM News No. 119 Special theme "Smart Things Everywhere"

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https://ercim-news.ercim.eu/images/stories/EN119/EN119-web.pdf
ERCIM News 119
ERCIM News No. 119 has just been published at https://ercim-news.ercim.eu/

Smart applications in several domains, the technological aspects and security and quality issues are the focus of the special theme of this issue.

Guest editors: Margarete Hälker-Küsters (Fraunhofer AISEC) and Erwin Schoitsch (AIT)

This issue is also available for download in pdf and ePub.

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Special Theme: Educational Technology

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The next issue sounds very promising and I look f/w to receiving news of this and possibly reflecting on the content using Hodges' model. The 'Research and Innovation' section is always interesting as in this issue, even while the focus of #119 is as per the title. In addition on page 33:
"Case Case 2 – Smart Health Care: This use case employs the SEMIoTICS technologies to develop an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solution aimed at sustained independence and preserved quality of life for elders with mild cognitive impairment or mild Alzheimer’s dis-ease, with the overall goal of delaying institutionalisation: supporting both “aging in place” (individuals remain in the home of choice as long as possible) and “community care” (long-term care for people who are mentally ill, elderly, or disabled provided within the community rather than in hospitals or institutions)".