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November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 1 7y750 – Robotics and homecare for dwellings (Zorgdomotica) Introduction to course.

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1 November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 1 7y750 – Robotics and homecare for dwellings (Zorgdomotica) Introduction to course and assignments

2 November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 2 Technology & Society … Robotics for dwellings & Home automation …. Impact level or societal return Life or application domain Health & Self- esteem Housing & Daily living Mobility & Transport Communication & Governance Work & Leisure Enhancement & Satisfaction Prevention & Engagement Compensation & Assistance Care support & Organisation

3 November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 3 Robotics for Dwelings (Domotica) includes all appliances and infrastructures in and around dwellings that (i) use electronic information for monitoring, programming and managing of functions (ii) on behalf of dwelling users and suppliers of services Source:

4 November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 4 A Smart Home Environment (SHE) is a home environment that adapts itself to the dweller. A SHE forms an invisible, intelligent, self-learning part of our daily life, combining functions pertaining to demand-driven comfort, domestic tasks, personal care, quality of life, and professional care Source: Bronswijk et al. 2005: De Intelligente Thuisomgeving. In: Handboek Zorg Thuis. Amsterdam: Elsevier

5 November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 5 SHE Enhances satisfaction in communicationEnhances satisfaction in communication –Comfort (thermal, lighting, acoustic, olfactory, communication, energy management) Risk proofRisk proof –Safety, security, disease prevention (burglary, fire, other accidents, cancer, allergy, hyperreactivity, infections) Supports / compensates human functionsSupports / compensates human functions –Supportive technology (mobility, communication, daily work and domestic activities, stimulating independence) Delivers and supports CareDelivers and supports Care –Care technology (communication, monitoring, telemedicine, telecare, empowerment of frail elderly, care management)

6 November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 6 7y750 – Robotics and homecare for dwellings (Domotica) 7y750 – Robotics and homecare for dwellings (Domotica) Aim Understanding the modern and future needs and capabilities for (tele)services, including assisted living (home care)

7 November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 7 Source:

8 November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 8 Ambient Intelligence = Building Services in development Health Dwelling Needs Pollutants Learning Spaces Buildings Computing Platforms Networks Interactivity Objects Adaptivity Presence Flow Privacy Trust Choice Humanware Software Hardware

9 November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 9 Hogeschool Utrecht Lectorate Demand-driven Care Chair Health Technology for Buildings CLUSTER Joint Graduate School USO-Built (User-oriented Built Environments) TU/e Interdepartmental Research Program Ambient Intelligence NL Research School Bouw (TUDelft coordinator) Knowledge bank for Smart Home Environments (SHE) Industry Positioning in the Knowledge Landscape Companies &

10 November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 10 Current situation … Ruling power: private or public organizations….. Organisation TechnologyIndividual

11 November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 11 Canting …… ……… government already in transition ……. Organisation Organisation Technology Technology Individual Individual

12 November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 12 Resistance towards Canting Less power for organizations (a Customer’s world)Less power for organizations (a Customer’s world) Less security for customers (Free choice)Less security for customers (Free choice) Reshuffling of tasks (Home care organization – Call center)Reshuffling of tasks (Home care organization – Call center) Lack of insight in needs and capabilities of individuals (Demand-driven services)Lack of insight in needs and capabilities of individuals (Demand-driven services) Financial structure (Private + various Public financing)Financial structure (Private + various Public financing) … could carefully selected technology help? ….

13 November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 13 7y750 - Content 7y750 - Content -Home environment as a support for prolonged vitality and independence - More Information and Communication Technology (ICT) - The ageing and diversifying society towards demand- driven services - Politics supports the transition, technology and organisations lag behind - Concepts: user-orientation & demand-driven services - Technological infrastructures & applications - Organizational and personal changes - Assisted living (Home care) is a focal point

14 November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 14 7y750 Program 1. Robotics, home automation and homecare for dwellings (Domotica) Introduction to course and assignments 2. Functionalities installed Functionalities installed in subsidized projects; Reasons for subsidizing; Problems that arose during implementation 3. ICT Infrastructures in the home Current ICT structures; Its usability for different generations; Limitations and capabilities of ICT structures; Future requirements for complex environments 4. Site visit at Rundgraaf Park with Viedome installed Students are requested to use their own transportation to arrive at the Rundgraafpark at H; the tour will end at H 5. Robotics for dwellings and Building Management Systems for Offices Technological and organizational aspects of the two traditions 6. Barriers to mass introduction of home automation and home robotics Home automation and teleservices (including telecare) have not been introduced on a massive scale; Technical, organizational and personal barriers. 7. Building requirements for successful home automation and robotics Building characteristics for adaptive and adaptable dwellings supporting independence up to a high age 8. The near future Short expert introductions and full scale student discussions; What has been achieved? What is still to be done by the building (services) engineer?

15 November 30, 2005JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 15 Examination Use StudyWeb for registrationUse StudyWeb for registration discussion list for communication discussion list for communication Select a Domotics Projects from the listSelect a Domotics Projects from the list Evaluate its Technology ChoicesEvaluate its Technology Choices Evaluate user quality (www.woonkeur.nl)Evaluate user quality (www.woonkeur.nl)www.woonkeur.nl Evaluate User ExperiencesEvaluate User Experiences Your evaluations should show knowledge acquired by attending class and studying reading material!


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