Active assisted living (AAL) reference architecture and architecture model - Part 2: Architecture model
This document defines concepts and introduces terminology. IEC 63240-1 provides generic rules for designers of AAL systems and services with the aim to facilitate systems design and enable interoperability between components. This document provides a framework to analyse use cases on a common view and terminology, which is a foundation for communication to discuss the interoperability of the components of the AAL system. This document allows for the mapping of defined AAL use cases and supports the identification of interoperability issues and gap analysis of the standards.
This document also identifies safety, security, privacy, and other requirements for AAL systems such as usability, accessibility, and trustworthiness (reliability, resilience).
|Publication type||International Standard|
|TC/SC||SyC AAL - Active Assisted Livingrss|
|ICS||11.020.99 - Other standards related to health care in general|
11.180 - Aids for disabled or handicapped persons
|File size||1787 KB|
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