With the wearIT@work project the European Commission and 42 partners from 16 countries invested into a new technology empowering mobile workers. The first 42 months of this project are over and industrial demonstrators, evaluations and results and an exploitation strategy are available. Beside the four application domains of maintenance, production, healthcare and emergency response further domains like cultural heritage, a rural living lab for the prevention of environmental disasters and eInclusion are first extensions to new application domains. In this paper based on the results of the third development cycle of the project the general outline of the exploitation strategy is presented as a good practice example. © 2008 Nottingham University.

Exploiting research results in practice

Tondini, D.
2008

Abstract

With the wearIT@work project the European Commission and 42 partners from 16 countries invested into a new technology empowering mobile workers. The first 42 months of this project are over and industrial demonstrators, evaluations and results and an exploitation strategy are available. Beside the four application domains of maintenance, production, healthcare and emergency response further domains like cultural heritage, a rural living lab for the prevention of environmental disasters and eInclusion are first extensions to new application domains. In this paper based on the results of the third development cycle of the project the general outline of the exploitation strategy is presented as a good practice example. © 2008 Nottingham University.
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Wearable computing;applications;exploitation of research results
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