This news is provided by the seeFar project. The seeFar project was financed in the same call as SmartWork. We collaborate to bring the topic of the health and wellbeing of the older workers to the attention of policy makers and businesses together. Try to imagine...

Incorrect strain on the musculoskeletal system, repetitive movements or an ergonomically unfavourable posture lead to complaints for many employees. Especially older employees often suffer from disorders of the musculoskeletal system or other age-related limitations due to their long-term activities. DFKI is coordinating the BIONIC project,...

The RRD is one of the key tech partners of SmartWork responsible for the development of the exciting healthyMe app. Meet the people behind it: What is the main role of RRD in SmartWork? Roessingh Research and Development (RRD) is one of the technical partners in the...

Some time ago, I was visiting a friend at home and his older father was in the living room reading the news on his brand new iPad. The father suffered from presbyopia and cataracts, so in order to see the screen he used an old,...

On 1 October 2020, one of Caritas Coimbra’s Centers (Portugal) started the tests to evaluate the usability, utility and reliability of the first prototype of the SmartWork system, in order to provide practical feedback to its technological developers and improve the final version of the system. This...

SmartWork aims to support older workers and all workers in general in various aspects of their life spanning from the monitoring of their physical and cognitive health to the provision of assistance in their every job tasks. A central component of the project is the...