Special Issue "Simplified Sensing for Ambient Assisted Living in Smart Homes"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2022.
Interests: software engineering; semantic web; software; social web; internet; web; software development; software project management; semantic technology; accesibility
Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals
Interests: accessibility; active ageing; human-computer interaction; interactive television; usability; user-centered design; user experience; user studies
Interests: evolutionary computation; AI health; accessibility
Prof. Dr. Ángel García Crespo
Dr. Jorge Ferraz de Abreu
Dr. Álvaro García-Tejedor
Dr. Olga Peñalba Rodríguez
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Sensors and IoT for AAL and smart homes
- Sensors and IoT for indoor and outdoor active aging
- Sensors and IoT for rehabilitation and telemedicine and telecare in smart homes
- Security and privacy in AAL applications
- Machine Learning for advanced AAL applications
- Prototypes and experiments in real scenarios
- Social aspects of the use of AAL, considering patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals