Pervasive technologies such as Artifcial Intelligence, Virtual Reality and the Internet of Things, despite their great potential for improved workability and well-being of older workers, entail wide ethical concerns, with opaque ethical boundaries that can not be covered by existing legislation
Remote working and collaboration is important towards helping workplaces to become flexible and productive and gained considerable highlight during the COVID-19 pandemic, in which several people, including vulnerable groups such as older people or individuals with a chronic disease, were enforced to work from their home.
In the context of the prepilot phase for our use cases in Spain and Germany, our 8th Consortium meeting took place online
AGEING@WORK project is proud to present an Augmented Reality-based remote collaboration platform for worker assistance
The manufacturing sector is associated with a variety of occupational safety and health risks, stemming from work with heavy machinery, exposure to dangerous substances, ergonomic factors and many more.
AGEING@WORK, SmartWork, BIONIC, CO-ADAPT, See Far, sustAGE and WorkingAge joined efforts to a concentrated paper about how the digital solutions and systems could be developed, adapted, optimized or applied to better respond to the pandemic context challenges.
In November 2019 in Sydney (Australia), a total of around 40 experts and stakeholders from over 20 countries discussed the opportunities and challenges of the ageing society.