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By Manfred Wojciechowski, Helmut Ristok, Wolfgang Brandes, Bernd Lange, Günter Baumgarten (auth.), Reiner Wichert, Birgid Eberhardt (eds.)

In this e-book, 22 authors speak about improvement of Ambient Assisted dwelling. It offers new technological advancements which aid the autonomy and independence of people with specified wishes. because the technological innovation increases additionally social concerns, the publication addresses micro and macro low in cost facets of assistive structures and places an extra emphasis at the moral and felony dialogue. The presentation is supported through actual international examples and applications.

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Fig. 7. Honda began its researches regarding electronic assistants in 1999, with the purpose to help older and weaker people or factory workers who have difficulties with walking. Honda. 6 Mobility: Toyota i-Swing The form of the i-Swing reminds less of a vehicle, but suggests rather a new life form. d”, “PM” and “i-unit”. With it’s compact, flexible bodywork “i-Swing” adapts ideally to every individual life surrounding. It can be geared precisely to the personal needs of it’s driver and it offers nearly unlimited mobility.

The workplace was near a window, but could also be darkened if it was desired. Every test person was allowed to use the document holder individually. A small camera in the window corner at the workplace, which was hardly seen, recorded the test persons’ reactions during the whole experiment. A second camera, placed behind the work station, recorded the procedures and the activities in use of the technology. The recording technology was placed in an adjacent room (experiment room 2). The person conducting the experiment could simultaneously observe the whole experiment room on several screens and a monitor at a work station, and all other acoustic signals such as the instruction or the test persons’ verbal reactions could also be simultaneously recorded.

Now this approach is developed further to “Town Management System” (TMS). With this approach the town transmits information to the corresponding robot at every time and about every location in order to simplify orientation and the compliance of instructions for his. The Town Management System (TMS) is firstly to be tested in an old people's home in order to support the nursing staff. Fig. 10. Town Management System (Robot Town). T. Hasegawa, Fukuoka, Kyushu University. 4 Implementing of AAL Technologies by Means of Modularized Residential Systems Industrialization in civil engineering is a keyword, which is all too easily associated only with deterrent examples from the 60s and 70s.

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