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Design for all

Objective

This project develops methods for designing and evaluating inexpensive, mass-market home automation appliances for daily life that offer people integrated control and monitoring functions through two-way radio frequency transceiver chips. Low-cost pan-European availability, ease of use, reliability and a variety of functions will encourage uptake in a potentially vast EU market. Further innovation and growth in the business sector should follow, as well as co-operation between the manufacturing SME=92s. Marketing strategies will be targetted at influencing the pan-European distribution channels. Inter-operability of the chip with existing assistive devices and communication protocols (M3S) will be a central concern.

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Independent
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5600 JB Eindhoven
Netherlands

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Participants (3)

Danish Centre
Denmark
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Arhus

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Danish Council
Denmark
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H'vicloure

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Fundesco
Spain
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28002 Madrid

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