Montpellier pilot site is led by the CNRS LIRMM laboratory. The pilot follow 20 people over 65 years with risk of Parkinson and Mild Cognitive Impairment. These people are having an active life, perform normally their activities of daily living and go outside frequently in the city.
The aim of the pilot is to monitor unobtrusively the activities of this population at home and in the city and to detect behavior changes and physical and cognitif declines at early stage. Different technologies will be used to monitor the end-users during their daily life such as motion sensors, contact sensors, Kinects and Beacons. Once a behavior change is detected, an adequate intervention will follow based on recommendations from doctors.