A new scientific article from Life Supporting Technologies (LifeSTech), the innovation research group from the Technical University of Madrid, has been published in the scientific journal Sensors, Volume 19, Issue 13 (July-1 2019). The paper, which presents the design and development of PulsAir App and data ecosystem model, explains how these developments are imperative and scientifically designed to gather …

by Heather Smith

PULSE @ AAL Forum 23-25 September 2019 PULSE will be at the AAL Forum on the 23-25 September 2019 with a dedicated booth in the Exhibition area which will be open Tuesday 24th from 9.00 to 18.00 and Wednesday 25th from 9.00 to 18.00. The Active and Assisted Living (AAL) Programme promotes innovative technological product …

by Heather Smith

Our international project PULSE is glad to announce that will organize the 17th ICOST Conference. After sixteen successful editions and building upon the experienced background of the conference founder Istitut Mines-Télecóm, the ICOST 2019 will be hosted by New York University (NYU) and the New York Academy of Medicine (NYAM) in New York City, USA, …

by Heather Smith

PULSE at the European Week of Regions and Cities, 8th October from 16.30 to 19.00 A paradigm shift towards data-driven urban policies is occurring: innovative tools and techniques have been developed to collect, store, analyse, process and visualize large amount of environmental, sensor, health, social and open data. Nevertheless, Europe is still far from taking full advantage of …

by Heather Smith

14th – 16th October 2019, New York City, USA PULSE Project is glad to announce that will organize the 17th ICOST Conference. After sixteen successful editions and building upon the experienced background of the conference founder Istitut Mines-Télecóm, the ICOST 2019 will be hosted by New York University (NYU) and the New York Academy of …

by Heather Smith

This year the 2nd Big Data for Precision Medicine Symposium (BDPM 2019) will be organized by the H2020 projects iASiS and PULSE.

by Matt Grek

Cities face major challenges in creating healthier urban environments. Digital divide, pollution, road traffic and social and health inequalities are all major hurdles to overcome. Day 2 of the Digital Health and Wellness Summit 2019 (DHWS19) focused on the routes being taken around the world to create Smart Healthy Cities and took us on a deep …

by Matt Grek

PulseAir is an app developed in the context of the European project PULSE, with the aim to foster user responsibility and awareness of the air quality and the individual wellbeing and to facilitate the citizen participation in the data generation that will help the evaluation of public health policies. The app helps to generate information about mobility, …

by Matt Grek

PULSE working on key challenges related to data integration to improve population health and social services in cities. José A. Pagán, Director of the Center for Health Innovation at The New York Academy of Medicine and Professor in the College of Global Public Health at New York University, participated in a panel discussion entitled Breaking …

by Matt Grek

PULSE at the Canadian-European Conference for Digital Health conference held in Ottawa, Canada PULSE project was presented on Canadian-European Conference for Digital Health conference held in Ottawa, Canada. Milan Vukovic, from BELIT, focused his  presentation was held in the section of the conference programme dedicated to SME Highlights for EU Markets. PULSE was presented as …

by Matt Grek