TAFETA Smart Systems for Health
is a program of research co-led by the Bruyère Research Institute and Carleton University which develops smart technologies to help older adults age at home.

 

Currently, more than 12 multi-disciplinary research projects are underway, involving collaboration with patients, clinicians, medical and engineering students as well as government and community agencies.

 

This site is an information portal for our project team members, partners, supporters and those interested in smart technology research. The site also aims to exchange knowledge and promote the application of smart technologies to contribute to the independent living of older adults.

 

TAFETA is co-led by Dr. Frank Knoefel, Physician at the Bruyère Memory Disorder Clinic and Dr. Rafik Goubran, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Design at Carleton University.


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