Wearables and Welfare: How Connected Assistance Helps to Improve Lives


Posted on: Jun 06, 2016 by Santi Ristol

Wearables, smart devices worn on the person, will be a key element in the development of new smart caring solutions designed to improve the welfare and quality of life of users, especially among elderly and vulnerable people. Watch more about our Connected Assistance solution.

 

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About Santi Ristol

Director of the Mobile Competence Center and member of the Scientific Community
Santi Ristol is Director of the Mobile Competence Center at Worldline (the European leader in the payment and transactional services industry), member of Atos Scientific Community and member of WIN (Worldline Innovation Network). He is also visiting lecturer at the Toulouse Business School in Barcelona. He has been working in Atos since 1992, he started working in satellite communication projects, then he worked in eBusiness projects and later focused in R&D Activities in Atos Research and Innovation. Since 2010 he leads the Mobile Competence Center providing expertise for mobile solutions and digital enablers around mobile solutions (wearables, IoT devices, beacons, blockchain, digital signage, etc.) to Atos and Worldline clients worldwide. Santi is Telecom Engineer from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and holds a Master in eCommerce by La Salle – Universitat Ramon Llull in Barcelona.

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