Workshops with our partners from University of St. Gallen

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Workshops with our partners from University of St. Gallen

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At the beginning of December the CC S4S team hosted in Wroclaw the representatives of Competence Center Independent Living from the University of St. Gallen, Our teams have been working together for several years in the context of joint research projects. During 2-days workshop members of both teams gave speeches and discussed in particularthe Independent Living Project, the design and development of the service management platform and work on the ActGo-Gate project.

On 2nd and 3rd December the CC S4S team hosted in Wroclaw the representatives of Competence Center Independent Living from the University of St. Gallen – prof. Hubert Öesterle, dr. Philipp Osl and dr. Philipp Menschner. Our teams have been working together for several years in the context of joint research projects. Currently, cooperation concerns in particular the Independent Living Project, the design and development of the service management platform and work on the ActGo-Gate project.

During 2-days workshop members of both teams gave speeches. The discussion was mainly devoted the development of the Independent Living platform (Appointment Coordination System – ACS). The presentations regarded following topics:

  1. Reminders and notifications in the three layers (logical, backend and frontend) of the ACS – presented by Jan Słowik (CC S4S)
  2. Integration with calendar systems (functionality, types of integration, costs, proposition of software to integrate with, methodology of integration, problems)– presented by Adam Pyka (CC S4S)
  3. Informal help exchange – presented by Manuel Eisele, Philipp Menschner (CC IL)
  4. ERP Integration (motivation, conception in the context of ACS, proposition of solutions, opportunities and challenges) – presented by Manuel Eisele (CC IL)
  5. Ad-hoc appointment coordination without registration – presented by Philipp Osl, Hubert Oesterle
  6. New appointment coordination processes (motivation, possible ways of realization: how to add time frames, periodic orders, first-come-first-serve and semi-automation, consequences) – presented by Grzegorz Biziel

Moreover during the meeting were discussed the issues of the next steps in the Independent Living project and the new locations of ACS tests and implementations.

The subject of the discussion was also the ActGo-Gate project in which both teams are involved.