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Assistive Technology Conference - Innovations in Smart Homes & Smart Cities
Innovations in Smart Homes & Smart Cities Assistive Technologies and Building Safe and Supportive Communities for Ageing and Special Needs Join us for the fourth Mason assistive technology conference with technology experts, health care providers, architects, senior living community leaders and users for an informative discussion on innovations in Smart Homes and Smart Cities and ramifications for ageing societies and special needs. Discuss the interplay of architecture and technology; and urban planning and Smart Cities. Please register here: https://masonassistiveconferencefall2018.eventbrite.com Hear perspectives on Smart Cities from the U.S., Asia and Europe Learn about new technologies with potential for ageing and special needs Gain insights into the promise of technology to further independent living and ageing in place Discuss policy and business challenges to Smart Homes, Smart Cities and ageing and assistive technologies For additional information, please contact J.P. Auffret at (703)[masked] or Eric Maribojic at (703)[masked]. Directions and Parking: Here is a link to a PDF map of the Arlington campus: http://www.gmu.edu/resources/welcome/ArlingtonMap2017.pdf Here is a link to directions to the Arlington campus: http://www.gmu.edu/resources/welcome/Directions/Directions-to-Arlington.html

George Mason University, Arlington Campus

3351 North Fairfax Drive · Arlington, VA

Respond by: 10/29/2018

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    What we're about

    Welcome to the Health and Medical Technology Innovation Roundtable Meetup Group sponsored by the Northern Virginia Regional Health Information Organization (NoVaRHIO) and co-sponsored by George Mason University's Master of Science in Technology Management Program.

    Our meetups are held quarterly and feature a series of twenty-minute case study presentations by health and medical technology experts and innovators followed by discussion and questions. The focus of the meetings is on health and medical technology innovation and associated business and policy issues - included but not limited to Health 2.0 and the application of mobiles, sensors, the Internet and health information exchange - to enhancing patient engagement, care and outcomes.

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