How collaborations support CART
Collaborations support the Initiative in reaching its goals and help enrich and advance aging research. From developing software to increasing the amount of home installations to brain storming how to reach new geographical or demographic targets, collaborations help expand CART's scalability, applicability and capabilities. Resources, research tools and data are shared securely. The Initiative strives to promote and maintain partnerships that are open, sustainable, multidimensional, and holistic, and which focus on senior independent living research.
This NSF-supported initiative, organized by the University of Colorado, University of Virginia and Indiana University, aims to design, develop and evaluate home-based technologies for aging in place. CART is collaborating on developing core technologies and new algorithms.
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This large-scale, ongoing and NIA-funded project, organized by John Hopkins University and Westat, aims to examine the social and economic consequences of aging. CART is exploring how to install components of its technology platform in the homes of 800 subjects who are living alone.