MOSAIC vision and scenarios for mobile collaborative work related to health and wellbeing.

Valerie M. Jones, Niilo Saranummi

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    The main objective of the MOSAIC project is to accelerate innovation in Mobile Worker Support Environments by shaping future research and innovation activities in Europe. The modus operandi of MOSAIC is to develop visions and illustrative scenarios for future collaborative workspaces involving mobile and location-aware working. Analysis of the scenarios is input to the process of road mapping with the purpose of developing strategies for R&D leading to deployment of innovative mobile work technologies and applications across different domains. This paper relates to one specific domain, that of Health and Wellbeing. The focus is therefore is on mobile working environments which enable mobile collaborative working related to the domain of healthcare and wellbeing services for citizens. This paper reports the work of MOSAIC T2.2 on the vision and scenarios for mobile collaborative work related to this domain. This work was also an input to the activity of developing the MOSAIC roadmap for future research and development targeted at realization of the future Health and Wellbeing vision. The MOSAIC validation process for the Health and Wellbeing scenarios is described and one scenario – the Major Incident Scenario - is presented in detail.
    Original languageUndefined
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the 1st AMI@work communities Forum Day 2005, 'Towards Ambient Intelligence at Work 2010'
    EditorsMarc Pallot, Kulwant S. Pawar
    Place of PublicationMunich, Germany
    PublisherNottingham University Business School
    Number of pages15
    ISBN (Print)978-0-85358-225-0
    Publication statusPublished - 2005
    EventICE 2005: Proceedings of the 1st AMI@work communities Forum Day 2005 Towards Ambient Intelligence at Work 2010 - Muchen
    Duration: 20 Jun 200522 Jun 2005

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    PublisherNottingham University Business School


    ConferenceICE 2005


    • EC Grant Agreement nr.: FP6/004341
    • METIS-224911
    • EWI-7458
    • IR-66493

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