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Table of Contents
                            Preface
Program Committee AAL Kongress 2015
Contents
Part I Social Participation and Mobility
Design and Evaluation of a Second Screen Communication and Gaming Platform  to Foster Teleparticipation of the Socially Isolated Elderly
	1 Introduction
	2 Related Work
	3 User-Centered Design Approach
	4 BRELOMATE---Communication and Gaming Platform
		4.1 Hardware Setup
		4.2 System Architecture
		4.3 Tablet and Set-Top Box Client
		4.4 Videoconferencing and Gaming Server
	5 User Study and Evaluation
		5.1 Test Design
		5.2 Evaluation of Results
	6 Conclusion
	References
Designing and Introducing an Activity Motivating Mobile Web App Platform  for Seniors
	1 Motivation and Related Work
	2 Approach of a Mobile Health Device
		2.1 The VERA Project
		2.2 Design Workshops
		2.3 Platform Design Notes
	3 Evaluation
		3.1 Method
		3.2 Results
	4 Discussion
	5 Conclusion
	References
Model-Based Approach for Posture  and Movement Classification in Working Environments
	1 Introduction
	2 Related Work
	3 Model Design
		3.1 Adaption
		3.2 Posture Classification
		3.3 Motion Classification
	4 Knee Posture Experiment
		4.1 Setup
		4.2 Results and Discussion
	5 Conclusions
	References
Part II Sensor Data Analysis
Continuous Geriatric Assessments  Supported by a Mobile Service Robot: Movement Analysis
	1 Introduction and Medical Motivation
	2 Related Work
	3 Approach
	4 Concept/System Overview
	5 Movement Observation
	6 Movement Evaluation: Sit--Stand--Sit Cycle
		6.1 Literature Guideline
		6.2 Experiment: Measuring Sit--Stand--Sit Cycle
	7 Conclusion
	References
Inferring Multi-person Presence  in Home Sensor Networks
	1 Introduction
	2 Related Work
	3 Problem Statement
	4 Approach
		4.1 The Sensor Graph
		4.2 Approach I: Statistical Analysis
		4.3 Approach II: Multi-target Tracking
	5 Evaluation
	6 Results
	7 Discussion
	References
Part III Acceptance Factors and Barriers
Implementing Data Protection  and Information Security in AAL
	1 Introduction
	2 Legal Basis and Requirements
		2.1 Regulatory Framework
		2.2 Consent
		2.3 Privacy by Design
	3 Information Security Requirements
		3.1 Structure Analysis
		3.2 Data Inventory
		3.3 Protection Requirements
		3.4 Risk Analysis
		3.5 Security Measures
	4 Integrating Information Security and Data Protection into the Development Process
	5 Conclusion and Outlook
	References
Part IV Human-Computer Interaction
Development and Evaluation of an Assistive Workstation for Cloud Manufacturing  in an Aging Society
	1 Background, Research Question, and Method
	2 Conceptual Approach, Requirements, and SubSystems
	3 System Architecture and Subsystems
	4 User Integration: Evaluation and Usability
	5 Stakeholder Integration: Application Scenarios
	6 Conclusion and Further Development
	References
UCH Goes EAL4---The Foundation of an Eco System for Ambient Assisted Living: ISO/IEC 15408 Common Criteria Based Implementation of the ISO/IEC 24752 Universal Control Hub Middleware
	1 Introduction
	2 ISO/IEC 24752 Universal Remote Console
		2.1 The User Interface Socket---A Standardized Contract Between User Interface and Appliances
		2.2 The Universal Control Hub---UCH
	3 ISO/IEC 15408: The Common Criteria Methodology
	4 Secure Universal Control Hub (SUCH)---Secure  by Design
		4.1 Assets
		4.2 Threats
		4.3 Objectives
		4.4 Functional Requirements
		4.5 Security Architecture and Implementation
	5 Conclusion and Future Work
	References
Ethical and Legal Aspects of an AAL System Supporting Night Care in Residential Care
	1 Introduction
	2 Site Description: Two Residential Care Facilities  for Older People
		2.1 Site 1: Residential Care for Persons with Dementia
		2.2 Site 2: Residential Care for Older People with Different Needs
		2.3 Evaluation Design: Recruitment, Data Collection  and Instruments
	3 Approach to Ethical and Legal Challenges
		3.1 Proactive Approach to Ethics
		3.2 Shared Commitments in Research Governance
		3.3 Socio-Legal Aspects
	4 Discussion
	5 Concluding Words
	References
Part V Social Participation and Communication
Design and Implementation of a Concept  for Two-Way Exchange and Network Building of Professionals from Different Working Fields Within the Context of AAL
	1 Introduction
	2 Concept
		2.1 Fundamentals
		2.2 Proof of Concept
	3 Results
		3.1 Wave 1
		3.2 Wave 2
		3.3 Wave 3
		3.4 Comprehensive Results
		3.5 Results Concerning the Online-Offering
	4 Conclusion and Outlook
	References
Chat-Machine: An Approach to a New Intergeneration Social Device for Elderly People
	1 Introduction
	2 Scenario-Based Design
		2.1 Workshop
		2.2 Workshop Results
	3 Chat-Machine: Definition and Objective
	4 Design and Implementation
		4.1 Physical Design
		4.2 Technical Implementation
	5 Preliminary Evaluations
	6 Conclusions and Outlook
	References
Part VI Basic Technologies, The Futureof Technology
A Novel Interface for Intuitive Control  of Assistive Robots Based on Inertial Measurement Units
	1 Introduction
	2 System Layout and Control Structure
		2.1 Proposed Mapping Between Head and Robot Motions
		2.2 Switching Strategy and Command
		2.3 GUI-Aided Two-Stage Parallel Switching
	3 Methods
		3.1 Procedure
		3.2 Subjects
	4 Results and Discussion
	5 Conclusion
	References
                        
Document Text Contents
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Advanced Technologies and Societal Change

Reiner Wichert
Helmut Klausing Editors

Ambient
Assisted
Living
8. AAL-Kongress 2015, Frankfurt/M,
April 29–30. April, 2015

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Advanced Technologies and Societal Change

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