Future-Shape

R&D and Products

are cutting edge innovations. Invisible sensors integrated in the environment are relevant components for Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Therefore applicable in a broad variaty of R&D projects and use cases.

Our European funding projects

UNCAP

UNCAP (Ubiquitous iNteroperable Care for Ageing People, H2020-PHC-2014-single stage, GA Nr. 643555)

Development of an open, evolutive ICT infrastructure also ensuring privacy protection, which aim is to allow elderly people to stay independent while living comfortably. In this process, commercially available biosensors and localisation solutions must be promoted.

Participants: 23 partners from 9 countries
Duration: January 2015 – January 2018

http://www.uncap.eu/

LCA to go

LCA to go FP7-ENV-2010 GA Nr. 265096

The main objective of the project was to develop a sector-specific web based open source toolbox for boosting Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) in SMEs.

Selected industrial sectors for the “LCA to go” project were bio-based plastics, industrial machines, electronics, renewable energy, sensors, smart textiles.

http://www.lca2go.eu/

CyClaDes

The EU funded research project CyClaDes (Crew-centered Design and Operation of ships and ship systems) supports the shipping industry in improving user-centered design for ships and ship systems.

Duration: 2012 – 2015

Our German funding projects

BMBF CogAge

The three-year research project Cognitive Village (BMBF CogAge FKZ 16SV7311) deals with the development of an adaptive learning and connected system that helps older people in their everyday lives. The area of application includes living space as well as outdoor areas. The focus here is on maintaining the independence of our older generation for as long as possible.

Duration: 01.09.2015 – 31.08.2018

http://www.technik-zum-menschen-bringen.de/projekte/cogage

BMBF SensFloor

From October 2009 to March 2013 Future-Shape was consortium leader of the BMBF project SensFloor FKZ 16SV393X which focused on age-based assistance systems for a long and comfortable life at home.

Partners: Future-Shape, LMU München, Uni Passau, BASF SE, MeyerWerft

Female Smart House Professionals

“Future-Shape is committed to gender equality between men and women at work.”

The aim of the project was to initiate an active exchange on the topic of equal opportunities for women in business. This exchange particularly relates to the high-tech industry Smart House and its market development through the targeted employment of female professionals. Women with an affinity for technology are to exchange information and be kept up-to-date about the progress of the project. Furthermore, interested persons, associations, initiatives, etc. and companies participating in the project should become active in the group so that companies and female smart house professionals are brought together.

The project was initiated by isw Institut gGmbH and SmartHome Initiative Deutschland e. V. and is supported by BITKOM e. V…

Since May 2013, two employees of Future-Shape GmbH have been successfully qualified as Female Smart House Professionals.