Innovayt worked together with Technical University of München (TUM) and Technical University of Denmark (DTU) on a H2020 proposal that was approved for funding. The REACH project got a grant of 4.5 million EUR under the Personalized Health Care topic on Early Risk Detection and Intervention. The proposal scored a perfect 15 out of 15 and was one of the two projects awarded out of 165 proposals submitted.
The idea behind the REACH project is to develop a personalized detection and intervention system that promotes the activity of the elderly by monitoring and evaluating their daily habits, considering both personal medical history as well as real-time data from a series of wearable and embedded sensors. The purpose of the system is to mitigate loss of function and to arrest associated and/or consequential morbidities via a number of physical and virtual activity intervention modules.
For more information contact Thomas Knudsen