Chefmyself Consortium is pleased to announce that ChefMyself has been shortlisted for the AAL Award 2015.
The ChefMyself project main goal is to develop a customizable, open and extensible ecosystem built around an automatic cooking solution to support elderly people preparing meals and maintaining healthy eating habits. It’s a service of advising in meal plannings, a support in meal preparation and also provides a component of social interaction through activities as recipes-sharing for instance, developing a virtual social network. (Read more about ChefMyself: http://www.chefmyself.eu/project)
AAL Award (http://www.aal-europe.eu/award-2015/) selects the most promising project of the AAL Programme. The selection procedure involves the running projects and it is evaluated by a panel of experts. The winning project will be the one that demonstrated great promise in terms of:
- Human-centric approaches to development;
- Market potential.
The final pitching will be held in front of the evaluation panel and the audience of the AAL Forum 2015 on 24 September in Ghent (Belgium). All projects shortlisted for the award, including ChefMyself will be presented in a 6 minute speech (+ 6 minutes for questions).
If you are a regional player looking for new ICT technology to bring in your territory, a project participant looking for inspiration, an investor interested in the AAL market and you are looking for a close to market solution you must come to the AAL Award as this year your vote, the one of the audience, will count too. Along with the main award, there will be the AAL Award of the public. Your support really matters for the ChefMyself team.
ChefMyself will also be presented during AAL Forum at one of the project Partners stands, Fraunhofer-Aicos Please feel free to come and talk to the project Consortium members. We will be glad to share with you information on our innovative cooking solution.