Catalogue of Projects: Ambient Assisted Living

Catalogue of Projects: Ambient Assisted Livings
The Ambient Assisted Living Joint Programme (AAL JP) celebrates its third year of activity and we want to celebrate this event with the publication of this catalogue to showcase the objectives and progress made by the funded projects. Over the past three years, we worked together with the 23 Partner Countries (Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, Israel, Norway and Switzerland) and the European Commission to ensure continuity and quality of our project work. A work that has allowed the development of technology and know-how which will help the well-being of the elderly of today and which will ensure a better tomorrow for those who today are still young.

The programme s planned total budget is € 600 M over 6 years, of which approximately 50% is public funding - from the AAL partner states and the European Commission (based on Art. 185 of the EC Treaty) - and approximately 50% is private funding from participating public and private organisations as well as companies.

The AAL Association is the organization that operates as a liaising between the European Commission and the Partner States: the results of this combined effort are the approximately 60 on-going projects and the hundreds of people at work, that are working together to contribute and to shape the future of ICT based solutions to support the active and healthy ageing of elderly people.

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