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Tellu AS

Tellu AS is a software company that provides applications within the mobile phone domain. Recently, Tellu has in collaboration with Telenor Objects developed a solution to track mobile units, including an overview of these through a web-based interface. Tellu has developed the frontend, rule engine as well as Android and iPhone clients for SmartTrack. Tellu's expertise lies in building solutions by integrating and combining a number of service enablers to form new services in an efficient way. Currently, Tellu participates in the AAL JP Call 3-project Mylife (Multimedia technology for independence and participation for people with dementia) in which Tellu works with mobile services, application development for Android Market, and accessible HCI for mobile applications. In UbicompForAll (Ubiquitous service composition for all users) Tellu contributes to the development of user-friendly configuration of rules and logic settings. In UNIMOD (Universal Design in Multimodal User Interfaces) Tellu contributed with solutions for multimodal, personalized user interfaces in a logistics application on a mobile phone.

Role in the project: Tellu AS plans to contribute to the project as follows:

  • We will develop software for real-time analysis of movement, detection of spatial events and recognition of behaviour.
  • We will develop a generic real-time multimodal user state estimation and feedback platform.
  • We will use our experience in multi-modal signal integration to develop and provide software tools for measurement and analysis of behaviour, user-system interaction, usability and user experience.
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The project T&Tnet is cofunded by the AAL Joint Programme

(Ref. AAL-2011-4-032)

and the following National Authorities and R&D programs in Spain, Norway, Austria, Cyprus, Italy and France.

AAL Ambient Assisted Living

Gobierno de españa