Kwido is proud to announce that we have finished the year by receiving the recognition of Best Senior Project at the Buber Sariak Awards, promoted by the Internet & Euskadi Association. It was at an event in Donostia, on 20 December, where a total of seven different prizes were awarded, all related to the use of technology in projec […]
As we discussed in previous articles, Ideable is becoming a regular at European events related to aging and new technologies.
And once again, recognising our work at European level,
Ideable will be present at the next AAL Forum to be held in Coimbra (Portugal) from 2-4 October 2017.
AAL is a European programme involving all European cou […]
During the months of May and June, Iñaki Bartolomé, CEO of Ideable and head of Kwido, participated in a number of events related to aging and technology in Europe.
Ideable organised the leading event in elderly care technology use in Spain, AgingBilbao, which over the course of a day presented the main public and private stakeholders […]
On 24 April, the Bizkaia Aretoa will be the headquarters of Aging Bilbao, a conference aimed at professionals from the telecare, elderly care and Silver Economy sector, organised by Ideable Solutions cwith the collaboration of Diputación Foral de Bizkaia.
The aim of Aging Bilbao is to show all those involved in working with the elde […]
Kwido, our multidevice telecare platform to care for the elderly and dependents has been selected to go through to Phase 2 of the European FICHe accelerator programme.
The aim of the European programme FICHe (Future Internet Challenge eHealth) is to accelerate European SMEs and start-ups which are developing innovative applications in the […]
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