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Dr. Ad van Berlo - International Federation on Ageing. Eindhoven, , NL

Dr. Ad van Berlo Dr. Ad van Berlo

R&D Manager | Smart Homes

Eindhoven, NETHERLANDS

Ad van Berlo is both mechanical engineer (1980) and psychogerontologist (1997)

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Ad van Berlo is both mechanical engineer (1980) and psychogerontologist (1997). He has a Ph.D. in biomedical technology (1985). He worked in industry in R & D and marketing up to 1991, in the field of biomedical technology. From 1991 on he is working in the area of smart houses & ehealth, currently as R&D manager at Smart Homes. This organisation was founded by Ad van Berlo in 1998 and has become the Dutch national expert centre for Smart Houses and Smart Living.

Smart Homes is currently participating in several European funded Ambient Assisted Living and ehealth projects. In these projects, Smart Homes is involved in investigating user requirements, process design, technical integration, validation and evaluation in trials with smart home technology, robotics and telemonitoring of persons with chronic conditions.

Overall, Ad van Berlo has 20 years of experience in smart home technology, smart living, care technology, e-health and telemedicine. He was chair of the Forum Programme Committee of the AAL Forum 2012 in Eindhoven.

Industry Expertise (4)

Health and Wellness Health Care - Facilities Health Care - Services Research

Areas of Expertise (5)

Smart Home Technology Smart Living Care Technology E-Health Telemedicine

Education (2)

Eindhoven University of Technology: Ph.D. and M.Eng., Mechanical Engineering 1986

BeNeLux University: M.A., Gerontology 1997

Languages (2)

  • English
  • Dutch

Featured Articles (1)

A Model House as Platform for Information Exchange on Housing Gerontology: A Sustainable Investment in the Future

1998

Although there will be an enormous growth in the number of older people in the following decades, industry, trade and public care are not yet prepared to serve this new group of consumers. But appropriate products, services and environments for elderly are needed...

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