Funding ID: AAL-2013-6-114
Period: 01 May 2014 – 31 October 2016
CogniWin will primarily help older adults adapt cognitively with their tasks based on information collected implicitly through their interactions with the system (intelligent mouse interactions, eye tracking, navigation clicks) as well as explicitly provided personal and cognitive characteristics (e.g., well being issues, cognitive processing abilities). The Adaptive Support and Learning Assistant is a new mean for learning offered to the older adult workforce. Furthermore, CogniWin provides a smart advising tool delivering to the older adults personalized well-being guidance to improve their occupational lifestyle. The advisor considers personal well-being characteristics, and also light age related cognitive and physical limitations, like getting tired more easily. The CogniWin test-phase will involve two test beds for a total of 70 end users working in a highly computerized environment and who are dealing with complex tasks on a daily basis. The system is configured to be multilingual and to be adaptable to different IT environments.
CASLab was the project coordinator of the CogniWin project and was responsible for the design and development of the cognitive model for older adults at work, the heterogeneous data fusion and behaviour analysis as well as responsible for the design and development of the personalised learning assistant.
- University of Geneva (Switzerland)
- Citard Services Ltd (Cyprus)
- Orbis Medical and Healthcare group (The Netherlands)
- Microsoft Language Development Center (Portugal)
- Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH (Austria)
- Pedro Nunes Institute (Portugal)
- ArgYou Ltd (Switzerland)
- Ingenieria y Soluciones Informaticas S.L (Spain)