IDEABLE, the European startup specialized in developing software for the elderly and the elder care sector is organizing a workshop during AAL Forum 2018 in Bilbao, for all interested attendants to know more about zocaalo and participate in our community. The workshop will be next Wednesday 26th in the Euskalduna Palace, during the last day of the AAL Forum at 11 AM. Please feel free to register for the workshop here. zocaalo will also be present at the AAL Hackathon that will start this Saturday 22th with two innovation pills by Iñaki Bartolome from Ideable and Javier Arcas from Tecnalia https://hack4age.com/experts-hackathon-aal-biscay/ Who should attend this workshop? End-user organizations that want to test uploaded apps and
Ideable, one of the partners behind zocaalo, is organizing a webinar to know more about zocaalo and participate in our community. How? We are looking for: End-user organizations that want to test uploaded apps and get paid for it. Caregivers and organizations that want to use already existing or future certified apps from our marketplace. UX experts, privacy & security consultants, etc. that want to receive new clients. Developers that want to get their apps certified FOR FREE during this summer. Webinar This next Monday 19th at 11 CEST you will be able to know more about zocaalo. Just apply to the webinar here and we will contact you with all the details for connection. Access to
Ideable will pitch zocaalo in the first AAL2Business Venture Academy (Vienna, 6 June 2018). Ideable, in its Kwido Department, focused on eldercare and technology, is developing zocaalo with other European partners under the AAL Programme. Ideable will be presenting zocaalo in Vienna as a marketplace of certified apps for the elderly people. It is a way to help to build accessible and usable apps for these end-users and certify that they fulfill with the basic requirements for this sector. What are the goals for the zocaalo marketplace? To facilitate the widespread uptake of accessible and easy-to-use apps for elderly users and/or caregivers. These apps are certified as suitable for the needs and requirements of elderly people To provide eldercare sector
Ideable has presented zocaalo in the Ageing Fit event that was held in Coimbra (Portugal, October 2-4). Ideable presented the zocaalo project in its stand, receiving feedback from many companies, especially from: Public organizations interested in certified apps for the elderly users. Startups that need a certified seal of accessibility for the eldercare sector. End users’ organizations willing to be a part of our testing and co-creation ecosystem. In addition, Iñaki Bartolomé, CEO at Ideable, participated as a speaker in the innovation area that took part in the second day of the event, talking about the present and future features of zocaalo platform: We presented the coming webinar that will take place in April for all stakeholders interested in participating in zocaalo.
Ideable has presented zocaalo in the last AAL Forum 2017 that was held in Coimbra (Portugal, October 2-4). Ideable presented the zocaalo project in its stand, and received interesting feedback about the project, especially from: Public organizations interested in certified apps for the elderly users. Startups that need a certified seal of accessibility for the eldercare sector. In addition, Iñaki Bartolomé, CEO at Ideable, participated as speaker in some of the workshops of the meeting, talking about present and future features of zocaalo platform: Participated in the first workshop, the opening day, dedicated to business coaching for AAL projects. Presented zocaalo in the “How to build a viable business model in an AAL project” workshop. Finally made some networking too in
Ideable will be present at the next AAL Forum to be held in Coimbra (Portugal, October 2-4) featuring platforms zocaalo and kwido in its own stand. The Active and Assisted Living (AAL) programme funds projects in public-private partnership in the field of information and communication technology (ICT). AAL involves all European countries and regions, including some from outside Europe, whose aim is to improve the quality of life of older people by developing and using sustainable innovative solutions based on information and communication (ICT) that truly respond to their needs with a multidisciplinary point of view. AAL Forum is an annual meeting that gathers a presentation of the latest advances in terms of ICT technologies applied