Anna Kötteritzsch

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Assistive technologies have the potential to address problems that older adults encounter when living alone. However, challenges arise when technologies are embedded into urban areas, e.g., restrictions emerging from networking structures, which potentially influence the success of implementing technologies. The development of such technologies requires the(More)
Urban areas and demography are changing, leading to an acceleration of life pace and an ageing population at the same time. In order to ensure safe mobility in urban areas for older adults, we aim to increase awareness for own abilities, potential assistance by peers and pedestrians, as well as awareness for emerging needs of older adults by implementing(More)
Current in-car navigation systems provide only a limited level of adaption to the driver and driving conditions. The driver's actual information need while interacting with the navigation interface is not taken into account. This paper aims at investigating the impact of situational features on the drivers' support need as well as proposing modes of(More)
Der urbane Raum wird zunehmend intelligenter. So können Passanten mit Druckknöpfen an Ampelanlagen spielen, um die Rotphase zu überbrücken, Informationstafeln an Bushaltestellen zeigen Verspätungen des Busses an und WLAN-Technologie erlaubt das Erfassen der Bewegung unterschiedlicher Akteure im Raum. Die Vorteile aus dieser Vernetzung, stehen jedoch älteren(More)
Growing numbers of older adults requiring aphasia therapy create challenges for the health care system. Information and communication technology (ICT) has the potential to provide computer-mediated, self-administered aphasia therapy that complements conventional therapy. We explore overlaps in ICT for older adults and aphasia therapy applications with the(More)