Here you can see the involved project partners

The project is funded by the Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) Joint Programme, by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), the Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BM-VIT), the Federal Office for Professional Education and Technology (BBT) in Switzerland (please see for details).


Beeware GmbH, Goslar, Germany

Beeware GmbH is a software developer for mobile software applications, truck fleet coordination, web-applications and e-learning software. A service platform is currently under development for the monitoring of individuals and the GPS based system iDobber was co-developed by BeeWare.


Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Media Technology IDMT, Oldenburg, Germany

FHG as a non-profit research institution in Germany will participate in the market phase by licensing the developed MOBECS technologies. FHG has extensive experience in licensing its technology (e.g. licensing of the well known MP3 audio compression scheme by FHG). Besides the coordination of MOBECS, Fraunhofer will develop the algorithms for acoustic emergency detection and notification.



Ilper-Elektronik GmbH&Co.KG, Tarmstedt, Germany

Ilper-Elektronik GmbH as manufacturer for domestic emergency call systems are retirement homes and hospitals. ILPER has the resources to address special customer needs and demands, brings in a huge network of potential business partners for dissemination of the product after the development process and is highly experienced in developing prototypes.


IP Communications GmbH, Linz, Austria

IP Communications GmbH a technical service provider for communication and data-transfer services in Austria. Strong partners are available not only across Europe (4 locations with approximately 23 employees and more than 90 sales partner in over 25 countries), which gives the consortium access to both national (Austrian) and international markets.



Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e. V, Berne, Germany

Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e. V is Germany’s largest non-profit organisation in Health and care sector. More than 350.000 households supervised by JUH are equipped with domestic emergency calling systems and a service centre for assistance and guidance.


Sonnweid AG, Wetzikon, Switzerland

Sonnweid AG is an operator of multiple retirement homes and special institutions for people suffering from dementia. This partner has excellent knowledge about the primary user groups and offers both a test-bed and potential customers to the consortium.