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The first year of ICT4Life project has been passed. Initial ideas have been now elaborated and initial goals, activities has been disseminated to potential target groups as well as the general public and the European Media. The Consortium, including Netis is now focusing on integration, testing and initial feedback and recommendations from users.

Some initial results have been summarised in this video. A live demonstration and a follow-up discussion with stakeholders was also held as the last event of the Brussels Consortium Meeting.

After the first 6 months of the ICT4Life project, mostly spent with planning, researching and building initial structures. The first more technology-related Deliverables were also prepared, and among others, Netis has also started the development work to create web modules for the ICT4Life platform, starting with low level modules, while architectural issues and user interface/service design was also in focus.

This video summarises some of the tools and equipment to be used to capture important data for the integrated platform.

The early stage of ICT4Life project was focusing on users. User needs and requirements, daily life of patients living with Parkinson, Alzheimer or other forms of dementia, daily needs of them and their carers, medical features and data to be captured.

The other important issue was Legal and Ethics. The specialist group within University of Pécs presented a detailed analysis about related regulatory and legal issues, procedures to follow to protect privacy and personal data, and cases when developers and researchers are recommended to consult the legal expert team.

Netis attended the second Innovation Day of Semmelweis University of Budapest. Presentations focused on several topics, from healthcare innovation strategies and development trends, future innovation trends, opportunities to co-operate between industry and academia, while winners of Innovation Award and the winners of „Lendület”, the university’s innovation competition programme.

Almost 10 million Europeans live with dementia or Parkinson’s disease today. As a result of ageing, the number of persons affected by one of those conditions is forecasted to double by 2030, making them major health challenges. Those persons want to live in their own homes but because of the symptoms they face difficulties in their daily life both in managing their own care and living independently.

Netis presented in BCCH SME Breakfast series: Beyond 360° - measuring and improving corporate performance using views of team members, managers, partners and clients, highlighting the importance of performance management systems, also mentioning Occupatos, the new innovative ICT framework system for performance and talent management.

For more information, please visit the BCCH website.

Netis has attended this event on 27 April, which was organised by Enterprise Europe Network to support co-operation between European companies, to facilitate commercial partnerships as well as joint projects for R+D to create innovative products and services.

Netis has participated in preparing and submitting a proposal for the PHC-25 „Advanced ICT systems and services for Integrated Care” Call in April, 2015, as a technology partner. Consortium was led by Spanish Artica Telemedicina, with research (university) and user group partners from Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Greece and France.

Our ISO 27001 has been successfully renewed.


A new product prototype in a new business area: Occupatos - The Special Performance System

Netis software development team is currently working new application prototype, which is focusing on employee performance management, especially within SMEs.
The application was developed based on a research amongst potential end users, also utilising knowledge of an HR expert team. The feature specification has been completed in January, 2015, while the application is expected to be complete in Q4, 2015.