Johannes Oberzaucher

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J. Oberzaucher CEIT RALTEC, Institute of Rehabilitation and Assisted Living Technologies, Schwechat, Austria e-mail: j.oberzaucher@fh-kaernten.at Abstract Demographic developments have challenged our research on how to assist elderly people by using robots. The KSERA (Knowledgeable SErvice Robots for Aging) project integrates smart home technology and a(More)
telligent Homes: Results From Laboratory Studies and Field Trials. Elena Torta Eindhoven University of Technology, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences, Human-Technology Interaction Group, Den Dolech 2, 5600MB Eindhoven, The Netherlands Johannes Oberzaucher, Franz Werner CEIT Raltec, Institute of Rehabilitation and Assistive Living(More)
This paper describes the evaluation of human-robot-interaction (HRI) related to the future use of a humanoid robotic system as interface in intelligent home environments. The core motivation was to enhance the user interaction between smart home systems and senior users by introducing a humanoid, mobile socially assistive robot as user interface. To what(More)
The modeling of user interaction in the context of Active and Assisted Living (AAL) projects requires the involvement of different stakeholder groups to achieve usable and acceptable results. Within the research project ZentrAAL a comprehensive participatory approach is deployed, to achieve the goal of a user driven conceptualization, development, and(More)
Since 2012 six AAL pilot regions were launched in Austria. The main goal of these pilot regions is to evaluate the impact of AAL technologies in daily use considering the entire value chain. Additionally, go-to market strategies for assistive technologies based on an involvement of all relevant stakeholders are developed. Within this paper an overview of(More)
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