Life-Partners – Winner of the ILDA Care Award

Successful German-Danish cooperation in healthcare

ILDA-care Business Case Award honours concepts for living and training in old age

Members of the ILDA-care Business Case Award

(Stuttgart) – In conjunction with their German project partners, two Danish med-tech companies have been presented

with the ILDA-care Business Case Award by BioRegio STERN Management GmbH and Welfare Tech. The ideas

singled out for acclaim as part of the EU ILDA-care project were the “Age-Based Mobile Adaptive Micro apartment –

AMAM”, which is aimed at creating age-appropriate living space, and the “Virtual Rehabilitation and Training” virtual

training system. ILDA-care stands for “Intelligent Logistics, Digitalisation and Automated Workflows for the Homecare

and Nursing homes sector” and is an EU initiative to systematically improve efficiency in the care industry. At the end of

April, a special workshop was staged with the winning teams to further develop their business ideas.

The second winning team involves cooperation between Lars Jessen, CEO of the Danish IT company Life Partners A/S,

and Christian Frede from AmbiGate GmbH, based in Tübingen, Germany. They received the award for their idea “Virtual

Rehabilitation and Training”. They aim to develop a platform that supports nursing homes and outpatient care in

organising and implementing physiotherapy applications. “We want an integrated solution for virtual training,

communication, cooperation, advice and analysis,” explains Frede. AmbiGate GmbH has already developed a 3D-based

therapy system with innovative motion detection and analysis for rehabilitation and healthcare. Jessen, who has

business experience in the Danish healthcare sector, is responsible for areas including the Life Manager Community

Platform. This can be used in domestic environments and in-patient facilities alike and simplifies communication

between patients and their families and friends.