PERSONAL DATA & COLLABORATIVE COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES FOR OLDER ADULTS

Palo Alto
Wed, Oct 11, 2017, 5:30 PM (PDT)

Palo Alto

The Silicon Valley Technology for Aging Series is presented by Aging2.0 Palo Alto and Avenidas Generations Lab. The series focuses on integrating digital technology to solve the real problems facing older adults.


Local information and communications technology innovators are working harder than ever to digitally connect, engage and network the largest healthcare subpopulation group, and the fastest growing consumer market group: older adults. At this event, participating startups and new product development groups will present on a range of technology and application topics that include: personal medical data systems automation; personal data aggregation and management; personal memory data systems; collaborative integrated family/service tools; social media application integrations for family and caregiver services; voice interface applications; personal services platform development; and more.


This event will provide a forum for you to; gain application knowledge from practicing technical and business experts; make out-of-silo and cross disciplinary networking links with other professionals, better focus your forward design and planning vision.


Presenting startups include:  LivPactLuminaryLifeSite, Keepy, CareCarma(including CosmoVue), Everli,  and others.

When

Wednesday, Oct 11
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM (PDT)

Where

Cubberley Community Center - Avenidas' Interim Location -
4000 Middlefield Road Palo Alto94303

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