OSAMI Open Source Ambient Intelligence

Goal

In the context of midget devices, flexibly combinable and co-operating devices and software components have been difficult to implement in the past due to a multitude of specialized, partly proprietary communication protocols and interfaces. The use of service oriented architectures (SOA) based on accepted open standards offers a promising solution here. Therefore, the main goal of the OSAMI project (“Open Source Ambient Intelligence Commons”) is to analyze, develop and evaluate a basic SOA capable component platform that will be made available as open- source software. The German sub-project focuses on healthcare applications, Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) in particular. Interoperability, serviceability and reliability as well as automated configuration and management of medical devices and service systems are supported so that patients can receive novel and comprehensive medical care. The beneficial applicability of the results is shown through the development of a demonstrator supporting ambulatory cardiological rehabilitation. The tech-nical basis of the project is the platform specified by the OSGi alliance, which permits an execution of application and services. This platform is combined with Web Services in order to enable distributed, dynamically configurable, vendor neutral and device- independent solutions. On this basis four technical challenges are addressed: the interoperability of medical device ensembles, the interoperability between medical device ensembles and IT solutions for integrated care, the configuration and management of adaptive services as well as an intelligent management concept.

Persons
Publications
Acceptance of telemonitoring in cardiology secondary prevention - evaluation results of the research project OSAmI Commons

Workowski, Anke and Busch, Clemens and Hoffmann, Jan-Dirk and Müller, Frerk and Dohndorf, Oliver and Willemsen, Detlev and Stewing, Franz-Josef and Eichelberg, Marco and Krumm, Heiko; Proceedings eHealth & Telemedicine 2012 - 3 million and rising: Integrating care, mainstreaming technology; 12 / 2012

Eine Softwareplattform für flexible Dienste im Fokus der kardialen Telerehabilitation

Lipprandt, Myriam and Eichelberg, Marco and Müller, Frerk and Hein, Andreas and Stewing, Franz-Josef and Thronicke, Wolfgang and Hackbarth, Kai and Seufert, Manuel and Busch, Clemens and Hein, Andreas and Krumm, Heiko and Ditze, Michael and Golatowski, Frank; APS+PC Nachrichten -- Mitteilungen der ITG/GI Fachgruppe Arbeitsplatzrechensysteme und Personal Computing; 12 / 2010

Technologieunabhängige Geräteintegration des OSAmI-Projekts

Gorath, Torsten and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas and Zeeb, Elmar and Golatowski, Frank and Timmermann, Dirk; Tagungsband Ambient Assisted Living, 3. Deutscher Kongress mit Ausstellung: Assistenzsysteme im Dienste des Menschen – zuhause und unterwegs, 26. – 27. Januar 2010 in Berlin; 001 / 2010

Kardiale Telerehabilitation auf Basis einer flexiblen Plattform für verteilte Systeme - das OSAmI-D-Projekt

Busch, Clemens and Lipprandt, Myriam and Gorath, Torsten and Hein, Andreas and Litvina, Anna and Stewing, Franz-Josef and Willemsen, Detlev; e-Health 2010; 12 / 2009

OSAMI-D: An Open Service Platform for Healthcare Monitoring Applications

Lipprandt, Myriam and Eichelberg, Marco and Thronicke, Wolfgang and Kruger, Jan and Druke, Isabell and Willemsen, Detlev and Busch, Clemens and Fiehe, Christoph and Zeeb, Elmar and Hein, Andreas; Proceedings 2nd International Conference on Human System Interaction (HSI'09); 005 / 2009

Partners
Corscience GmbH & Co. KG
www.corscience.de
MATERNA GmbH
www.materna.de
ProSyst Software GmbH
www.prosyst.com
Schüchtermann-Schiller’sche Kliniken Bad Rothenfelde GmbH & Co. KG
www.schuechtermann-klinik.de
TU Dortmund, Lehrstuhl für praktische Informatik
ls4-www.cs.uni-dortmund.de
Universität Paderborn, Paderborn Center for Parallel Computing (PC2)
pc2.uni-paderborn.de
Universität Rostock, Institut für Angewandte Mikroelektronik und Datentechnik
www.imd.uni-rostock.de

Duration

Start: 30.06.2008
End: 30.12.2011