AAL Service to train private care givers (2013 – ongoing)
b-mobile is developing together with its partners in the DACH-countires an eLearing service for private care givers. Beside of the basic care knowledge and know-how, YouDo will also cover info about the most important care topics: Dementia, Falling (fall prevention), Nutrition, and more… YouDo mainly targets relatives that give care to family members, but also interested people, professionals and people that are in need of care.
Market analysis eHealth (2010 – 2014)
b-mobile created a market analysis about the following components:
• European health systems and the way they operate
• Stakeholder interviews to find out about their needs and trends
• Knowledge about relevant stakeholders and their business processes
• Process analysis & -optimisation
Home Automation/ Smart Home (2011 – 2013)
Swisscom has just launched the Quing Home building automation system. It is the first offering in Switzerland to combine building automation, security and energy management in one package. Regardless of their location, customers can use an app or go online to control their electrical devices and energy consumption and keep an eye on their homes using sensors and cameras.
Development of an AAL safety service (2010 – 2012)
The socia-demographic changes confront our society with new challenges. A lot of elderly people can’t efford to live ina retirement home or even more would prefer to stay in their own home, even so they don’t have a 24h support. Sensors and actors in the home are able to make sure key vital signs are fine and can detect if a person falls, this enables a person to stay in their own home as long as possible.
Swiss Health Professional Card (2008 – 2010)
Together with the Swiss professional associations of doctors (FMH) created Swisscom Corporate the Health Professional Card, to enable doctors electronic identification for consultations. b-mobile had a leading role in project management and did strategic eHealth consulting.
Electronic Health Dossier (2007 – 2010)
Swisscom Mobile (now: Evita) developed an electonic health card for the Swiss market. b-mobile supported Swisscom in the project management for the concept and realisation of the product branding as well as the product communication.