AIR IDS     BSP     DCD     (br)    






Short Description
Buildings are characterized by a long life cycle. This fact is not just economically and ecologically significant but also relevant for the quality of life of its occupants. In order to generate added value of future real estate a forward looking design is required so as to ensure numerous high performing
living environments.
Similar as the increasing share of electronics in cars we will experience  more ICT, microelectronics and microelectronic or mechatronic systems for future life adaptable architecture.
Future buildings will provide more services. Specialists like Bill Gates predict that ICT based services will enhance our daily life and increase its market share as the personal computer did in the 1990ies. The success of future real estate will depend on the blending of passive architectural with active micro system technological functionalities.


Content
Basics:
  • ICT and ambient assisted living, micro system technologies, mechatronics, robotics all in daily life, cross disciplinary knowledge
  • Overview AAL-Application scenarios and AAL-Products/Assist systems
  • Demographic design scenarios for 50+ customers
Living Environments Design:
  • Passive systems: Barrier free, accessibility, universal design
  • Active high-tech system categories: Home care, social interaction
  • Health and wellness
  • Information and learning
  • Professional world, mobility
  • Technology assisted care and assist systems in Japan
  • Application typologies for assist-/ service systems: Body area, house area, town area, smart city/e-city
  • Service robot systems: Cleaning, safety, maintenance, diagnosis, assistance, home care


mail AAL
Chair for Building Realization and Robotics