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Wear-a-BAN workshop 2012

Dec 07, 2012

CAPDIG organized a second Wear-a-BAN workshop on 5th December 2012 to showcase the results of the Wear-a-BAN projects with demonstrators and videos. One press release was issued to promote the Wear a BAN workshop to local and national press media (date of publication: 30/11/2012). The French speaking RTD partners of the project, CSEM, CEA and VOXLER, and also MOVEA, one end-user SME of the ...

M29 meeting

Oct 15, 2012

The final meeting (M29 meeting) of the Wear-a-BAN project took place on 04-05 October 2012, in Zurich, Switzerland, which was dedicated to the technical review of the project, and up-dates on the planned exploitation activities of project results. In the frame of the final meeting the SME-AGs and SMEs also received training on how to use the developed technology. ...

European Lounge at Futur en Seine Festival 2012

Jul 02, 2012

Cap Digital organizes every year in June, Futur en Seine, the digital world festival. This major event in France is an opportunity to exhibit and present its most innovative projects and digital services and products to a large audience as well as an international professional public. For the 2012 edition of the event (14-17/06/2012), Cap Digital set up a European Lounge to present its ...

M24 meeting

May 15, 2012

The fifth consortium meeting (M24 meeting) of the Wear-a-BAN project was held on 10-11 May 2012, in Alcoy, Spain, hosted by AITEX. The meeting launched the final phase of the project, providing a synthesis of all the work carried out until M24 and defining the final steps needed to successfully complete the project.

Wear-a-BAN Workshop 2011

Nov 16, 2011

CAPDIG organized a Wear-a-BAN workshop on 7th November 2011 together with Voxler in order to present the current state of the project to its videogames community. During this informal event, a discussion took place over the topic of video games and intelligent textiles, where the point was to exchange about the potential uses of the Wear-a-BAN technologies in the videogames sectors. ...

M18 meeting

Nov 15, 2011

The M18 meeting of the Wear-a-BAN project took place on 9-10 November 2011 in Paris and was hosted by CAPDIG, the French business cluster for digital content and services in Paris and the Ile de France region. The Wear-a-BAN project has entered to its final phase, thus the M18 meeting proved to be an important platform for the review of the work progress made and the planning of the upcoming ...

Wear-a-BAN at the HTA workshop

Oct 31, 2011

Wear-a-BAN project will be presented during the General Assembly workshop of the Heterogeneous Technology Alliance (2-4 November 2011). The presentation and the poster of the Wear-a-BAN project can be downloaded by clicking here: presentation / poster.

M12 Meeting

May 23, 2011

The M12 meeting of Wear-a-BAN project was held on the 18th- 19th May in Grenoble, France. All partners were present at the meeting. The M12 meeting proved particularly important in view of the conclusion of the project's first year. During the meeting, the partners had the opportunity to present developments of the proposed technology and assess the work done so far. Importantly, substantial work ...

Feedback Seminar, April 2011

May 06, 2011

In an attempt to disseminate the project results to its members, ROBO has organised a feedback seminar in Helsinki, Finland, in order to receive feedback from interested parties in relation to the rehabilitation use-case scenario. Rehab professionals attended the seminar whereby a constructive dialogue was promoted in order to see how the use-case scenario can be best adapted to the needs of the ...

TechTextil, May 2011

Apr 29, 2011

AITEX will be taking part in the TechTextil Fair, to take place on Frankfurt, Germany between 24-26 May 2011. Tecnical textile and nonwoven industry proffesionals will gather in Frankfurt for biennal expo featuring exhibits, symposiums, awards and shows. AITEX will demonstrate the textile technology of the Wear-a-BAN project and disseminate relevant material to stakeholders and industrial players. ...

Bounds and Healings International Congress, February 2011

Feb 16, 2011

  The first congress in Bounds and Healings has taken place in the Madrid Congress Palace from 2nd to 4th February 2011. The main audience was surgery people, medicine professionals, doctors, geriatric professionals. etc…) The congress has valued their work and knowledge and will work about the last novelties and new technologies related to that field. AITEX had one stand at the Congress ...

Press Release Dissemination

Jan 17, 2011

The project's press release has been disseminated in various prestigious online and hard copy journals, papers and printed material, in an attempt to inform a wide array of stakeholders, industrial players, academia and professionals of the Wear-a-BAN project. Indicatively, the Press Release has been published in:   1. New Electronics (July 19th 2010)- CEA- Leti 2. Wireless Design and ...

Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland 2010

Dec 16, 2010

CSEM has met with academia at the Bern University of Applied Scienes in Switzerland in order to form a clustering meeting between professionals and academia in relation to the Wear-a-BAN technology. The meeting took place on December 10th, 2010 and was aimed at the dissemination of the technology and an exchange of opinions related to the proposed technology.  

M6 Meeting

Dec 10, 2010

  M6 Meeting in Neuchatel, Switzerland  The second Consortium meeting of the project Wear-a-BAN: Unobtrusive wearable human-to-machine wireless interface, took place on the 18th-19th of November 2010, in Neuchatel Switzerland. The meeting was hosted by CSEM, who is also Technical Manager of the project. The meeting proved particularly important for the progress of the technical ...

Kick-off meeting

Jun 25, 2010

Kick-off meeting The kick-off meeting of Wear-a-BAN project was held on the 23-24th June in Limasol, Cyprus and the project was successfully launched with the active participation of the consortium members.

The Wear-a-BAN project has received funding form the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (Capacities, Research for the Benefit of SME Associations) managed by REA – Research Executive Agency under Grant Agreement No. 243473.