From the 9th until the 12th of September this year’s AAL forum took place in in Bucharest, Romania (http://www.aalforum.eu). The annual event serves as a platform for the European AAL community and aims at meeting and discussing AAL solutions and how to adopt them in the market. The title of this year’s edition was “Broader, bigger, better – AAL solutions for Europe”.The AAL Project GeTVivid was represented at the AAL Forum by Christiane Moser from University of Salzburg, Matteo Harutunian from the Institut für Rundfunktechnik GmbH, Micheal Eitelberg and Nasser Altaani from Hövener & Trapp Evision GmbH, Victor Sanchez, Anna Palaiologk, Elisa Jimeno and Alejandro Garcia Marchena from Ingenieria y Soluciones Informaticas del Sur, S.L.
A first interactive demo of the GeTVivid platform on the TV and tablet was presented at the booth of the ICT&S Center.
Additionally, Christiane Moser held a talk about how Value Proposition meets the Values in Action approach. She introduced how the business and end user perspectives can be brought together, i.e., how the knowledge from the end user research (Values in Action approach developed at the ICT&S Center) can be transferred into the Values Proposition (part of the Business Model Canvas).