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PERSONA project in final implementation phase
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Sep '09
Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) in the Ageing has now finished the second year of PERSONA. We are moving to the final implementation phase where the pilot systems will be launched.

The PERSONA Platform is composed of a Middleware and a set of components that act as a base to allow all the services to communicate and interact. The architecture of the Middleware and the Platform development are completed and we are close to finalizing the development of the services.

The delivery plan for the pilots has been decided, and the set of services that will be installed has been defined with the involvement of the end users and stake-holders in the three pilot sites in Spain, Denmark and Italy. Moreover, the Living Lab in Valencia has been completed; this will be the testing site where all the services of PERSONA will be installed and tested by real users and external experts in order to gather feedback and advice to improve PERSONA services. In the following months, we will be also setting up some showrooms in Spain, Denmark and Italy to support dissemination activities towards institutions, enterprises and media.

Another step towards the realization of the project is the defining of the business plan and the strategy for making PERSONA economically profitable. The PERSONA Consortium started the discussion about the IPRs and the software licensing method, taking in consideration the distribution of most of the components under an Open Source license. A final decision will be made in the following months.

As a final note we are proud to have received a very positive result from the Second Project Review, this encourages us to continue in the same direction!

Ambient Assisted Living

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