The project is substantiated as the result of several converging lines of research aimed at developing a system to support complex organizations, based on a new representation of information assets. Research is to be carried out in the healthcare environment.


ALPHA project aims at developing an intelligent situation-aware system to collect and process information about Alzheimer Disease patients' lifestyle, starting from various data provided by caregivers and a set of non-invasive sensors and devices.


This project aims at realizing advanced Ambient Intelligence environments for children with autism spectrum disorders. In particular, project’s objectives include the automatic recognition of motion disorders, multimodal vital signs analysis, and the realization of situation-awarness service.


CHRONIOUS addresses a smart wearable platform, based on multi-parametric sensor data processing, for monitoring people suffering from chronic diseases in long-stay setting. It is constantly monitoring their activity using audio observation methods and activity sensors while at the same time tracking their medical condition via vital signs sensors. Any trait of abnormal health status and possible alerting incidents are detected by CHRONIOUS Intelligence.


Relationships between museums and new communication technologies have always been a complex and dialectical one, often inspired by the desire to induce museums not born for that purpose to pursue the technological fads, eventually providing visitors with devices that become a sort of "ballast" during their visit. The main way to solve this problem is clearly radical and consists in rethinking the museum in view of the tools supplied by the most advanced ICT. Project main objective is to transform the museum - and in particular the art museum, at least in the scope of this proposal- from distant place, often of ritual function, elitist or passive by the public, in an essential dynamic instrument for knowledge and growth for people.


The project focuses on four main technological issues about eHealth: the interoperability required to communicate and to interconnect the existing systems ensuring data security, privacy and confidentiality; technologies for remote monitoring and telemedicine; knowledge technologies to support medical processes of diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation; technologies for predictive medicine, aimed at providing an early diagnosis of genetic basis.


This project, in conjunction between the Agency for Digital Italy and the National Research Council (ICAR-CNR, Naples branch and IIT-CNR, Rende branch), intends to perform a series of actions aimed at supporting the implementation of the Electronic Health Record (EHR) by the Italian Regions and Autonomous Provinces, in response to what is indicated by the recent revision of the Italian Law Decree 179/2012 by the Italian Law n. 98/2013.


The strategic objective of this infrastructure is the realization of a set of services, which will be offered at central level, able to support the interoperability among the EHR regional systems.


The Convention aims to realize a project aimig at developing services and tools for public administrations, in order to promote the implementation of the National System for Electronic Health Record.


The projects have had the aim to define and realize a novel Italian interoperability framework for Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems. The guidelines and specifications of the proposed framework have been defined under three Conventions between the Department for the Digitization of Public Administration and Technological Innovation of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and the ICT Department of the Italian National Research Council and approved by the permanent table for e-health. The framework has been used in three national experimentations.