D7.3 provides an in-depth analysis of the stakeholders who are influenced by the SmartLife solutions and those who can create effect on the decisions made throughout the development and consecutive exploitation. It outlines the continuous engagement with the stakeholders and sets a plan for future communication during the exploitation stages.
The outcomes of the T7.1 are related to the activities of the business ecosystem analysis the first step of which lies in investigation and analysis of the current state of the market including the overview of current solutions, potential competitors, the analysis of the most common business models, which are…
This document involves a thematic analysis, dealing with the needs and preferences from the target users to assess what they find important in an exergame linked to a smart textile and how an exergame can be successfully implemented into their daily lives.
This deliverable includes the design of the project website, which functionalities and characteristics must have. It also includes a basic graphic design of the different sections, layouts and menus, as well as the contents which must contain each section. The document also includes screenshots of…
This deliverable is the result of the game definition and design process that outlines the design decisions of the SmartLife game that takes into consideration requirement gathering and analysis of the potential end-users at the same time focusing on the engagement, tailoring and usability requirements.
This Deliverable describe the deployment of a set of components capable to extract relevant patterns out of the individual collected data. This data will be analysed by machine learning methods in order to develop a physical activity model.
D3.1. Report on behavioural objectives and determinants of physical activity and sedentary behaviour among adolescents
An umbrella review has been conducted to identify determinants of physical activity and sedentary behaviour. Results show a wide range of reviewed systematic reviews and meta-analyses on physical activity and sedentary behaviour. Findings provide insights in particular determinants and how modifiable determinants are.