Implementing BPMN 2.0 Scenarios for AAL@Home Solution
AbstractAging tendency of European population and live longer and independently desire requires AAL solution for particular elders (chronic diseases, disabilities, aso). NITICS project aim is to develop advanced ITC solutions including monitoring and navigational support for indoor to support elderly in their daily activities. This paper offers a BPMN implementation for indoor assistance based on IoT (sensor monitoring) and Activity workflow implementation. Our solution offers an intelligent Care Center solution for caregivers monitoring and elders support.
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