Dataset Open Access
Patricia Abril-Jiménez; Aitor Almeida; Marina Andrić; María Teresa Arredondo Waldmeyer; Gorka Azkune; Nicola Bryant; David Buján; Javier Chamorro; Ilia Christantoni; Sergio Copelli; Silvia de los Ríos Pérez; Nicoletta Di Blas; Francesca Fasano; Luca Laghi; Luca Mainetti; Franco Mercalli; Juan Bautista Montalvá Colomer; Rubén Mulero; Paolo Paolini; Miguel Páramo; Raffaele Parlangeli; Luigi Patrono; Piercosimo Rametta; Javier Rojo Lacal; Nikki Spencer; Dimitra Tsakanina; Vladimir Urošević
City4Age (Elderly-friendly city services for active and healthy ageing) is a research and innovation project funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Programme. The first and core objective of City4Age is to enable Ambient Assisted Cities or Age-friendly Cities. The project aims to create an innovative framework on ICT tools and services that can be deployed by European cities in order to: enhance early detection of risk related to frailty and Mild Cognitive Impairments (MCI), and provide personalised intervention that can help the elderly population to improve their daily life and also promote positive behaviour changes.
The dataset contains the data captured during the 6 pilots (Madrid, Birmingham, Montpellier, Lecce, Singapore and Athens), being composed by the users’ activities and behavior both inside their home and in the city. The dataset is divided into two parts: 1) the ‘low elementary actions’ which contains the basic actions; 2) the measures which are physiological values of the monitored users. The file ‘data_format.zip’ contains the description of the dataset.