Josef Diermaier

Josef Diermaier

Josef Diermaier, holds a master degrees in medical informatics. Employed at CEIT Raltec since 2007 he gained sound experience in user-oriented design & development of assistive technologies within several national and international AAL projects. He has deep experience in the field of smart homes (wireless networks, sensor systems, embedded SW design, sensor data fusion, data clustering, data analysis), rehabilitation technologies and user studies (user oriented design & development of assistive technologies).


Demoapartment eHome ISU-DEP LLM WUI


Werner, K.; Werner, F.; Panek, P.; Hlauschek, W. & Diermaier, J. (2011). eHome-Wohnen mit unterstützender Intelligenz. In Ambient Assisted Living – AAL.

Werner, F.; Diermaier, J.; Schmid, S. & Panek, P. (2011). Fall detection with distributed floor-mounted accelerometers: An overview of the development and evaluation of a fall detection system within the project eHome. In Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (5th International Conference on PervasiveHealth), IEEE Verlag, pp. 354-361.

Diermaier, J.; Neyder K.; Werner, F.; Panek, P. & Zagler, W. L. (2008). Distributed Accelerometers as a Main Component in Detecting Activities of Daily Living. In Computers Helping People with Special Needs, Springer Verlag, pp. 1042-1049. Heidelberg, Germany.

Diermaier, J.; Neyder, K.; Werner, F.; Rauhala, M.; Panek, P. & Zagler, W. L. (2007). Wohnen mit Unterstützender Intelligenz. IKT-Forum für und mit Menschen mit Behinderungen: Praxis–Forschung–Entwicklung. Johannes Kepler Universität, Linz, Austria.