Based on this automatic detection of activities of daily living (ADL), the AMACS project aims to detect changes in the behavior, i.e. changes in these ADL patterns. These changes include both acute and gradual changes. The information about these activities and changes in behavior can then be presented to the caregivers (including family members) to adapt older people’s care plans, and as a consequence, increase their quality of care and quality of life. Hence allowing them to stay longer at their homes.
Started: October 2010.