- Project Dates: From January 2008 to December 2011
- Project Leader: Prof. Patrick Olivier
- Staff: Prof. Phil Blythe (CI) – CEGS: School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Dr. Stephen Lindsay, Amy Guo (CEGS), Yvonne Hubner (CEGS), and Simon Edwards (CEGS).
- Sponsors: EU FP7 ICT & Ageing
OASIS introduces an ontology-driven, open reference architecture and platform, which will enable and facilitate interoperability, seamless connectivity and sharing of content between different services and ontologies in all application domains relevant to applications for the elderly. The OASIS platform includes a set of novel tools for content/services connection and management, for user interfaces creation and adaptation and for service personalization and integration. Through this architecture over 12 different types of services are connected with the OASIS platform for the benefit of the elderly, covering user needs and wants in terms of Independent Living Applications (nutritional advisor, activity coach, brain and skills trainers, social communities platform, health monitoring and environmental control), Autonomous Mobility and Smart Workplaces Applications (elderly-friendly transport information services, elderly-friendly route guidance, personal mobility services, mobile devices, biometric authentication interface and multimodal dialogue mitigation).