Last September, the international event AAL Forum was held at the Euskalduna Conference Centre in Bilbao from 24th to 26th and Ideable, Tecnalia, iHomeLab and Exthex, some of the partners from zocaalo participated there. In fact, Ideable and Exthex participated in a workshop in the AAL Forum that was organized the 26th. In that workshop, both companies described the goals of the zocaalo platform and the main aspects of the certification process, as shown in the picture below. The most interesting points for the audience were the possibility of getting help on how to design accessible apps for the elderly users and the access to possible end-users to test those apps before being launched to the market.
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