Toilet4me Project Description

The Toilet4me project addressed older people and the needs they have when using a toilet outside home in semi-public environments (e.g. toilets located in community centres, shopping malls, museums, theatres, hotels). The idea of Toilet4me was to study the development and provision of an ICT-enhanced toilet system which is able to adapt itself to the individual needs and preferences of the older person currently using the toilet similar to the iToilet project for home use.

Toilet4me explored the new application area to learn more about market, customer, user-related and technological issues before setting up a focussed larger RTD project. The composition of the consortium allowed to carry out the study and based on promising results to thoroughly prepare a following large AAL innovation project which was accepted for funding. The new project T4ME2 has started in March 2020.


Project Info

Start Date: November 20, 2018

Duration: 6 Months,
20 November 2018 - 19 May 2019

Call: AAL JP 2018,
topic: "Smart Solutions for Ageing well"
New Instrument: Small Collaborative Project

Coordinator: TU Wien, Institute 193, HCI Group (Austria)

Contact: Inst.193-05/HCI TU Wien

Email: info@toilet4me-project...

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The project Toilet4me is co-funded by the European Commission and the National Authorities and R&D programmes in Austria, The Netherlands, Portugal and Romania in the framework of the AAL Joint Programme (project number AAL-2018-5-101-SCP) .
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