LISA — A Mechatronic Wall for Assistance with ADLs
Christos Georgoulas, Jörg Güttler, Thomas Linner, and Thomas Bock
Chair of Building Realization and Robotics, Technische Universität München, Germany
Received:July 1, 2014Accepted:October 7, 2014Published:February 20, 2015
Keywords:robotic rooms, service robotics, assistive technology, ageing society
The research project LISA (Living Independently in Südtirol Alto-Adige) investigated the possibilities of embedding assistive functions, systems, and services into wall “terminal” components that enable and support autonomy and independence with respect to Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), and which generate structured environments called Robotic micro-Rooms (RmRs).
Cite this article as:C. Georgoulas, J. Güttler, T. Linner, and T. Bock, “LISA — A Mechatronic Wall for Assistance with ADLs,” J. Robot. Mechatron., Vol.27 No.1, p. 107, 2015.Data files:
Assistive mechatronic wall
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