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CASA

Project Anagraphic

Thematic

Health

Care

ICT

Project Title

Regions for Smart Living

Funding scheme

Interreg IVC

Project overview

The European Interreg IVC project CASA is about the development of regional policy and exchange of knowledge around the up scaling of innovative ICT and services for independent living. In the CASA project 14 participating organisations from 13 European regions interact on the topic of policy development to give a boost to the implementation of AAL solutions. We do that among others by study visits, exchange of good practices,

Detailed project schedule

yes

Good practice in the preparation of the project

no

Number of partner

14

Qualitative Analysis

Success and weak factors

Success factors: list of Good Practices (G)P, some transfer of GP, involvement of wide range of stakeholders in the Study Visits and Knowledge Transfer Conferences. Joint conference with CASA and INNOVAge Weak factors: no pilot money available in the second phase to implement the respective regional action plan

Main innovative aspects

In terms of Governance, the project was having access to an OMS (online monitoring system) allowing the collection of information for the preparation of the claims and associated project activity report.

Affinity with Adrihealthmob - Leakert scale 1-7

5

Project website rich of info - Leakert scale 1-5

4

Usefulness for Adrihealthmob

1

Typology

core

Partnership

Mixed

Regions

Other

Entreprises

Associations

CASA

Project website

Go to website

Project Duration

Cost of the project

Project Fiche

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