Second Easierphone pilot launched

Easierphone is tested in 3 pilot sites located in The Netherlands, Switzerland, and Poland. Users can install and test Easierphone apps on their smartphones with the assistance of Easierphone representatives, and check all features provided. After the successful first phase, the second one has been launched in the Netherlands, the Internos facility.


This second test phase is mainly about remote assisting. The user of the Easierphone app can be assisted remotely by a family member or caregiver who also had installed the apps to support the person who needs help with the phone. The 'Activity Trends' module (AI based monitoring of activity and user well-being) also plays a big role. The assistant can see if the mentee is active during the day or 'disappeared from the radar'. The test subject's location can also be seen remotely which is helpful in case of an emergency situation or wandering behavior when we consider e.g. the early stage of dementia issues.

Our test subjects were explained how to install the app and how to work with it further. As they had brought the Android smartphone with them, the theory could immediately be put into practice. In a few weeks, we will gather feedback on how our test subjects experienced the assistant app.


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“Easierphone not only for seniors” – feedback from participants at EWAHA 2022

Easierphone team spent 3 days (18-20.10.22) in the city of Gdansk, at the European Week of Active & Healthy Aging conference. It was the last AAL Programme event that gathered EU-funded projects in one place, sharing knowledge and showcasing innovation at all levels in the active and healthy aging sector.

Easierphone apps for Android operating system were presented during the event by the Consortium Partners (Pappy, Internos, ASM, and The Institute for Aging Research) at the booth, having discussions with potential business partners and stakeholders. The crucial features were also highlighted during the poster presentation on the first day of the event.

Important feedback on Easierphone apps for seniors

The main purpose of Easierphone's presence at the conference was to meet potential users of the app. Any visitor to the booth was able to test all the functions of the apps, evaluate the appearance of the interface, and share comments. The important feedback was that the app will be useful not only for the elderly but for anyone who wants to make it easier to use a smartphone, keep track of their activities during the day and be able to use a remote assistant to manage their phone.

To follow our attendance at EWAHA 2022, check the short video below:

The AAL (Active Assisted Living) Programme aims to create a better quality of life for older people and to strengthen industrial opportunities in the field of healthy aging technology and innovation. The Easierphone project (AAL/Call2020) is funded by the AAL Programme, co-funded by the European Commission and the National Funding Authorities of Switzerland, The Netherlands, and Poland.