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Kinetikos is a Portuguese data company incorporated in 2015. Kinetikos is expert in quantifying and classify human movement. In the last decade, Kinetikos developed powerful and unique algorithms to instantly translate patients' movement data into a report of clinically-relevant insight. Kinetikos provides a SaaS (Software as a Service) infrastructure, which takes advantage of the Internet of Things (IoT) to provide clinicians with an accurate and continuous objective measurement of the condition and response to treatment in patients with movement disorders, including Parkinson's Disease (PD). This solution includes a web-based platform (CliniK) for clinicians, and a mobile app (PDtraKer) for patients, both integrated into a closed-loop continuum of care.


Atos is a leader in digital services with 100,000 employees in 72 countries with focus on business technology that powers progress and helps organizations create their firm of the future. Atos Research & Innovation is the R&D hub for emerging technologies and a key reference for the whole Atos group. Our multidisciplinary and multicultural team can cover all activities to run projects successfully, from scientific leadership to partnership coordination, development of emerging technologies, exploitation of project outcomes with a strong focus on dissemination, innovation adoption and commercialization.

Maastricht University - AVCL

AVCL builds techniques that allow machines to combine data from different sources and interpret human behavior as accurately as possible. The scope of the lab encompasses both fundamental research and research into a wide range of innovative applications. AVCL is working in the domains of multimodal emotion and personality recognition in the wild (e.g. educational settings and beyond), activity recognition for senior citizens (using computer vision, health records, digital interactions, ambient sensors), knowledge transfer in affective computing, (visual) event recognition and text retrieval. AVCL projects are tested in real operational environments including schools, hospitals, daily care centers, and home environments.

University Emergency Hospital Bucharest

The University Emergency Hospital Bucharest is one of the largest hospitals in Romania. Its history began in 1978, with few departments but over the time, new specialties were added. In the present, there are 28 departments and over 1000 beds, which ensures emergency care, medical care and assistance, and university activities (teaching for the students of the University of Medicine, clinical research and post-academic education). The Neurology Department includes neurologists, researchers, neuropsychologists and support staff dedicated to the highest quality of patient care using the most advanced technologies, integrated treatments, clinical research and multi-disciplinary, integrated patient care.

Wohlfahrtswerk für Baden-Württemberg

Wohlfahrtswerk für Baden-Württemberg is one of the biggest providers of services for the elderly in Baden-Württemberg, caring for around 2,000 elderly people with a team of 1,500 employees. We offer a range of residential options from sheltered housing to in-house residential care, residential communities for the elderly and a generation house, as well as a wide range of services for assisted living in ones own home. For more than 200 years the foundation incorporated under civil law and its predecessors has been following two fundamental functions: to maintain social services and facilities and to encourage and implement innovation in the social sector. We find new answers to the constantly changing lifestyle habits as people grow older, with a great number of pilot, research, innovation and praxis projects.


International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC)

The International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) is a not-for-profit educational network that crosses organisational and professional boundaries to bring people together to advance the science, knowledge and adoption of integrated care policy and practice. The Foundation seeks to achieve this through the development and exchange of ideas among academics, researchers, managers, clinicians, policy makers and users and carers of services throughout the World. The Foundation’s goal is to provide a unique forum to bring these various perspectives together with the ultimately aim of improving the experience of care for patients, their families and communities, while improving the overall effectiveness of health and care systems.

Casa di Cura Privata del Policlinico (CCI)

Casa di Cura Privata del Policlinico SPA (CCI) is a fully integrated multi-specialty private clinical centre aiming at providing both inpatient and outpatient services mainly directed to neurological patients. CCP is constituted in a Department of Neurorehabilitation Sciences and offers chronic neurological patients the highest comprehensive standards of care in a comfortable living environment. The main objective of clinical interventions pertains to the rehabilitation of patients with different types of brain-lesions, for instance those lesions due to acute events such as cerebral stroke or traumatic brain injury. An increasing number of admissions also concerns chronic patients with neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. In the context of ProCareLife project CCP will coordinate the WP6 Real Life Pilots.

Software Imagination & Vision S.R.L. (SIMAVI)

Software Imagination & Vision S.R.L. (SIMAVI) is a newly established spin-off company of SIVECO Romania SA – a large software company established in 1992. SIMAVI has inherited from SIVECO Romania SA all the assets related to the software development activities, the related experience in the field and the implementation teams from the following fields of activity: R&D, eHealth, Security, Education & Training, Customised Applications, ERP & BI, Customs and Government. SIMAVI also inherited the certificates and the authorizations held by SIVECO Romania SA. SIMAVI will continue the outstanding reputation of SIVECO, in international markets, by developing successful projects together with several international companies. SIMAVI provides services on the whole life cycle of projects: analysis of users’ requirements, design, development, testing, implementation, end-users training and technical assistance, and system maintenance.


University of Medicine and Pharmacy "Carol Davila" Bucharest (UMFCD) is the oldest and largest medical academic institution in Romania. The Academic Neurology Division at Colentina Clinical Hospital, led by Professor Bogdan Ovidiu Popescu, is one of the most prestigious neurology centres in the country, offering state of the art medical care for people with acute and chronic neurological conditions, as well as an attractive European research environment. Within PROCare4Life, the group of Professor Popescu will help evaluate and tailor the interactive care ecosystem to the needs and daily life practicability of real world patients and caregivers.


Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU)

The research group from the Institute of Sports and Exercise Sciences of Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU) is working on providing scientific support for different projects in lifestyle modification programs/ interventions with the aim of providing a better quality of life and healthy aging for the elderly. This includes healthy adults, chronic and acute patients. Through participating in several national and international projects, this research group have developed broad experience in human movement science, social science, gerontology and sport psychology. In addition, the group has long-standing experience in design, assessment, evaluation of active ageing projects and sustainability of post-intervention phase.

Association Parkinson Madrid

The Association Parkinson Madrid is an entity declared of Public Utility that was born 26 years ago and has the quality management system ISO 9001, in order to provide comprehensive care to people with Parkinson and their immediate environment. The entity, composed of nearly 2,000 members, 180 volunteers and 55 workers specialized in the disease, focuses its efforts on the needs of each patient in a comprehensive manner through information, social health care, psychological counselling, rehabilitation (physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, cognitive stimulation, music therapy, Tai chi, Pilates, visual rehabilitation, therapeutic massage), training, mutual aid groups and leisure and awareness activities.


CNS – Campus Neurológico Sénior is a private neurological center with a specific focus in neurodegenerative diseases, mainly Parkinson’s disease (PD). It includes an outpatient clinic, a Neurorehabilitation Unit and a Residential Unit. The CNS aims to reconcile clinical activity with the conduct of clinical research and training of health professionals. Its mission is to improve the quality of life and autonomy of their patients through the provision of health care of excellency in the field of neurodegenerative diseases through an integrated, multidisciplinary perspective, with health professionals with recognized expertise and collaboration with family and caregivers.

Stelar Security Technology Law Research

Stelar Security Technology Law Research is a start-up established in Hamburg (Germany) that aims to promote education and research through the implementation of scientific courses and research projects and the award of research contracts. We are specialised in research on legal assessment methodologies for “Privacy by Design” and “Data Protection by Design” of new security technologies and privacy management systems for manufacturers of ICT products and related service providers. In this project, we will carry out legal research on and coordinate the data protection and privacy requirements analysis and the monitoring of support of legal compliance by the PROCare4Life platform design and development.

Universidad Politécnica Madrid (UPM)

Universidad Politécnica Madrid (UPM) is the former and largest of the Spanish Technical Universities, with more than 3000 faculty members, around 38.000 undergraduate students, and around 6.000 postgraduate students. The institution holds a strong commitment to R&D and Innovation initiatives, bringing more than 200 Research Units and several Research Institutes. UPM will contribute to this Project through the Telecommunication Engineering School, and its Research Group on Visual Telecommunication (GATV), which holds a broad expertise in participation in national and European funded projects (since the 2nd Frame Programme. GATV’s main activities are oriented to sensing and computer vision, Future Internet technical innovation and the application to different disciplines such as e-Health, leisure, TV, games.