SmartWork is a truly pan-European project and brings together a highly skilled and complementary consortium of ten expert organisations from across 8 countries. The consortium is well-balanced in terms of involvement from ICT industry, academia and research as well as public and non-profit organisations.

Byte is an SME partner that will be the coordinator of SmartWork. The Company will contribute in software development and integration activities, through its business segments: A) Systems Integration, which provides services for the establishment of the necessary IT infrastmcture including cabling, networking equipment and servers; B) Custom Software Application Development, which provides a wide spectrum of services relating to Custom Software Application Development & Parameterization and C) Value Added Services, including Consulting Services, Project Management Services and Training Services.

A Non-Profit Association focused in the creation of the Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure (GPII) for a ubiquitous auto-personalization of interfaces and materials, based on user needs and preferences, by combining cloud computing, web, and platform services to make access simpler, more inclusive, available everywhere, and more affordable.

An Academia partner that will bring into to the project significant knowledge in signal processing and data analysis, computational modelling and physics based simulations and user modelling. Moreovver, the UPAT team has significant experience in dynamics simulations and prediction systems based on the participation of its members on the MyAirCoach, NoTremor and VERITAS projects.

A Social Non-Profit organization that supports people and communities in five districts of the Central Region of Portugal. It has nearly 90 centres (with 150 different services), 1000 workers and 150 volunteers and supports around 25000 people per year with social, health, education and pastoral care.

A research and development SME in the area of rehabilitation technology and telemedicine with formalized links to one of the largest rehabilitation Center in the Netherlands (Roessingh Rehabilitation Center) and the University of Twente. The mission of RRD is to carry out scientific research and contribute to its valorisation and implementation in climcal practice, by close cooperation with clinical centres and industry.

A Non-Profit Research Organization with expertise on the development of solutions for the domains of Telemedicine, Hospital@Home, Home-Care and Care-Home. It accumulates a solid track record In European and National projects that target the development of innovative solutions for Medical Devices & Unobtrusive Monitoring, Human Activity Recognition and Robotics. Key activities of IPN include electronic and system design and implementation (e g. smart sensing, robotics, embedded systems), and technology implementation processes.

A nascent technology company delivering advanced hardware and software products in the area of smart devices, building automation and ambient intelligence. SPARKS will have a strong involvement in the sensing infrastructure, integration and signal communication and dissemination activities. SPARKS will base its activities on the existing end-to-end solution for remote patient monitoring HEART service and will extend it with the new sensors and devices from SmartWork.

The Cognition & Interaction (COIN) Lab is part of the Human-Centered Systems division in the Department of Computer & Information Science at Linköping University (LiU), Sweden. COIN is academia partner with expertise in human-machine interaction, focusing on cognitive modeling with artificial neural networks in SmartWork.

A Public Body partner with experience and expertise that include development of assisted living solutions that meets the needs of the citizens and care workers, testing of assisted living technologies in real environments. Current research at CAT covers four different areas: distributed cognition in everyday environments, artificial agents, human factors, and educational technology, large scale implementation and evaluation of assisted living technologies.

A Non-Profit partner facilitating multi-stakeholder connections around ecosystems, driving sustainable change and disruption in the delivery of health and social care. ECHAlliance gathers together a community of 600+ member organisations, along with 16.5k + experts and professionals and an expanding Ecosystem network with 100+ meetings every year. It has a growing reach across 78 countries and 4.4 billion people, including Europe, USA, Canada and China. ECHAlliance will use its international network to communicate and disseminate the SmartWork project aims, objectives and achievements.