• Psychology
  • Published 2003

e-tools: the use of assistive technologies to enhance disabled and senior citiziens' autonomy

@inproceedings{Lpez2003etoolsTU,
  title={e-tools: the use of assistive technologies to enhance disabled and senior citiziens' autonomy},
  author={Maite L{\'o}pez and Roberta Annicchiarico and Carlo Caltagirone and Ulises Cort{\'e}s and Miguel S{\'a}nchez Marre and Javier V{\'a}zquez Salceda and Cristina Urdiales and Lola Ca{\~n}amero},
  year={2003}
}
In this paper we present our preliminary ideas about the integration of several technologies to build specific e-tools for the disabled and for the new generation of senior citizens. ‘e-Tools’ stands for Embedded Tools, as we aim to embed intelligent assistive devices in homes and other facilities, creating ambient intelligence environments to give support to patients and caregivers. In particular, we aim to explore the benefits of the concept of situated intelligence to build intelligent… CONTINUE READING

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