Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM) is the largest Spanish technological university as well as a renowned European institution. With two recognitions as Campus of International Excellence, it is outstanding in its research activity together with its training of highly-qualified professionals, competitive at an international level. More than 2,400 researchers carry out their activity at the UPM, grouped in 216 Re-search Groups, 10 Research Centers and 55 Laboratories, all of them committed to transforming the knowledge generated into advances applied to the production sector. The intense collaboration with governmental bodies and industry guarantees that research at the UPM offers real solutions to real-world problems. UPM is an institution committed to the transfer of knowledge generated through its research structures to society. UPM has 355 research and education collaboration agreements with institutions all around the world established through a devoted vice-rectorate for International Relationships, and it is member of Bank Santander initiative Universia, the Ibero-American largest network of Universities. The dynamism of R&D&I activity at the UPM, together with the transfer of knowledge to society, is among its lines of strategy. These two commitments place it among the Spanish universities with the greatest research activity and first in the capture of external resources in a competitive regime. Life Supporting Technologies (LifeSTech) is a research, development and innovation group, part of UPM. Its activities are devoted to the design, development and evaluation of ICT based services and applications, for the creation and promotion of new ideas, methods and technological solutions throughout the value chain of Active and Healthy Ageing (AHA), e-Health and e-Inclusion related organizations. In addition, LifeSTech has formal collaborations with overseas institutions such as Harvard University, Georgia Tech, University of Houston in the USA, OCAD University in Canada, Beijing Institute of Technology in China, NUS in Singapore, Industrial Research Institute in Taiwan and research agreements with universities, hospitals and health institutions across Europe, thus contributing to a more globalized research activities. LifeSTech has strong experience as coordinator, technical/quality manager and participant in more than 150 National and EU R&D funded projects (FP5, FP6, FP7 and H2020). The group is active in standardization and technology support bodies, such as the Spanish Standards National Association (AENOR), the recent founded universAAL IoT Coalition, and the technological platform eVIA (Spanish National technology Platform for Health, Wellbeing and Social Inclusion). Moreover, LifeSTech is an active member of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing, acting as co-coordinator of the “Prescription and adherence action at regional level”, “Integrated care” and “Age-friendly environment” groups. LifeSTech is also core partner of the EIT Health initiative funded by the European Institute of Technology, where it coordinates the EIT Health Living Lab and Test Beds accelerator initiative. Regularly, LifeSTech members publish in peer reviewed journals and are invited to give key notes or present papers at international conferences like BHI, EMBC, TeleMed & eHealth, ATA; meetings of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing; eHealth week as well as other national and international scientific conferences, workshops, and symposia.