The aim of the project is to develop a Personal Assistant for healthy Lifestyle (PAL), a system that will assist children with T1DM aged 7-14, health professionals and parents to advance the self-management of the disease.
Type 1 diabetes, or T1DM, once known as juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes, is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produces little or no insulin, a hormone needed to allow glucose to enter cells to produce energy.
This 4 year project involves the research partners TNO, DFKI, FCSR, Imperial and Delft University of Technology, next to end-users (the hospitals Gelderse Vallei and Meander Medical Center, and the Diabetics Associations of Netherlands and Italy), and SME’s (Mixel and Produxi).
Access and download all public deliverables and reports that describe work packages and present the results of the research which have been carried out during the project...Read more
Here we are, it’s almost the end of the year and three quarters of 2015 into the PAL project. A good time to look back on what we have achieved and forward to what the future holds. In these past...Read more
Read the entire list of PAL publications, where results and knowledge derived by science are shared and taught to others in the world. Results are no use to anybody if they are not made available to other experts, to be discussed, critically evaluated and built upon...Read more
VIDEO OF EXPERIMENTS
Watch our videos with the experiments done in Italy and Netherlands involving children with type 1 diabetes mellitus, their parents and their personal caregivers.
WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT US?
This news section is about what the World says about PAL project through podcasts, newspapaers and magazine, TV shows and radio!