Information and communication technology solutions for outdoor navigation in dementia

@article{Teipel2016InformationAC,
  title={Information and communication technology solutions for outdoor navigation in dementia},
  author={Stefan J. Teipel and Claudio Babiloni and Jesse Hoey and Jeffrey Kaye and Thomas Kirste and Oliver Kisalay Burmeister},
  journal={Alzheimer's & Dementia},
  year={2016},
  volume={12},
  pages={695-707}
}
INTRODUCTION Information and communication technology (ICT) is potentially mature enough to empower outdoor and social activities in dementia. However, actual ICT-based devices have limited functionality and impact, mainly limited to safety. What is an ideal operational framework to enhance this field to support outdoor and social activities? METHODS Review of literature and cross-disciplinary expert discussion. RESULTS A situation-aware ICT requires a flexible fine-tuning by stakeholders… CONTINUE READING
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