OpSIT - Optimal use of smart item technologies in stationary care
Research Tender from the BMBF
Support of research and developement in the field of "energy-self-sufficient mobility - reliable energy-self-sufficient systems for mobile society" (total project volume EUR 15 million)
Project Controlling Institution
VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH, Steinplatz 1, 10623 Berlin in the field of innovation "man-machine-interaction for the demopgraphic change" based on the development plan "IKT 2020 - Research for Innovations" of the federal ministry of education and science.
Optimal use of smart item technologies in stationary care (OpSIT) - research project at the Institute of Information Systems at SRH Hochschule Berlin in cooperation with the project partners.
- total volume: EUR 3.2 million
- Status: approved, started at 01/07/2013
EnOcean GmbH, SysCom electronic GmbH, Fraunhofer-Institut für Zuverlässigkeit und Mikrointegration IZM, SRH Hochschule Berlin GmbH, Technische Universität Berlin, WIBU-SYSTEMS AG
Goals of the Project
Developing customized technical solutions by using high-end technologies in a minimum of time is necessary to ensure high-quality health care for an aging population like in Germany. The research project pursues the objective to support the health care system by an optimal use of smart items technology with the following results and services:
- Development of smart items prototypes for different use-cases: Miniaturised radio sensors help to improve the performance of planning, coordination and controlling of different health care processes.
- Radio networking and usage of private, protected cloud computing services: Web-based services and mobile apps support involved parties in the health care system by their specific roles, so that a new quality of man-machine-interaction with smart items can be reached.
Advantages can be found e.g. in the reduction of errors within health care processes, early risk knowledge within the therapy, support of therapy development, interaction support between patient and caregivers as well as saving of costs in the health care system.
Your Contact Persons
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Vladimir Stantchev
+49 (0) 30 374 374 370
Prof. Dr. Gerrit Tamm
+49 (0) 30 374 374 360
Fax: +49 (0) 30 374 374 375
26-28 September 2016: The Erasmus+ Cloud and Internet Services with Open Source Software for SMEs (CISOSS) meeting was held at SRH Hochschule Berlin. Hosted by the Institute of Information Systems and Professor Dr. Vladimir Stantchev, the project partners and associated members attended the meeting from Spain, Norway, the United Kingdom and Germany.
04 July 2016: SRH professors Bert Eichhorn (Vice President for International Affairs and Vladimir Stantchev (executive director of the Institute of Information Systems) are co-organizers and members of the program board of the Joint International Conference "Economic Challenges: Migration, Globalization, Sustainability, Policies" in Sofia, Bulgaria on October 21-22, 2016.
10 May 2016: On 10th of May 2016, students of “Company Project I” were visiting the residential care facility of Lange-Schucke-Stiftung in Berlin-Wedding. With the visit, students could gain insights into the daily work of care professionals and service staff in the assisted living.
05 May 2016: The research project CISSOS will participate at Spain’s biggest Open Source Fair (OpenExpo 2016), represented by project head Javier Rodríguez Pascua. Within the CISSOS project, the Institute of Information Systems and its pan-European project partners are developing concepts for the use of cloud and open source solutions in SMEs.
05 April 2016: Within the institutional partnership between the SRH Institute of Information Systems and the Argentinian research group ECONTICA, Prof. Vladimir Stantchev was holding guest lectures in March/April 2016.
17 March 2016: Lisardo Prieto-González and Johannes Schubert were appointed members of the workgroup Requirements Engineering & Business Process Management (Gesellschaft für Informatik). The work group focuses the development of methodical and organizational distinction between RE and BPM.
16 February 2016: Prof. Dr. Gerrit Tamm has co-written a book entitled “Internetrecht im E-Commerce”, published by Springer Berlin. The book focuses on the internet of services from a legal perspective.
22 January 2016: Prof. Dr. Vladimir Stantchev was appointed a member of the scientific committee of the XXVI Conference of the Spanish Association of Business Management (ACEDE). The conference will take place from 26-28 June 2016 in Vigo, Spain.
15 January 2016: Prof. Dr. Vladimir Stantchev was appointed a member of the editorial board of journal BRQ Business Research Quarterly (Elsevier, 2015 JCR Impact Factor: 0.293). The journal is published in English language since 2014 and has the reputation as leading management series in Hispanicity.
12 January 2016: On 12th of January 2016, students of “Company Project II” visited Meltwater Berlin. The partner company is specialized in cloud market places and gave the students the opportunity to present their research findings on the different techniques for sales pitches.
16 December 2015: On December 16th, 2015, Prof. Dr. Vladimir Stantchev participated at a workshop on the concept of an upcoming health exhibition in the house of the future (HdZ), representing the technological perspective. HdZ founder Prof. Dr. Reinhold Leinfelder has invited to the event.
11 December 2015: Research associate Sarfaraz Ghulam has participated in a course book and a video published by Cornelsen Schulverlage GmbH entitled “Simply Business – Effective English for Doing your Job”. He has written facts about job experiences and business culture in Pakistan, and appeared in a brief interview conducted by the publisher.