A holiday in Rome

Meet Casa Agevole, a built in home in Fondazione Santa Lucia, Rome.


Designed by architect Fabrizio Vescovo, this 60m2 house includes several rooms -dinne room, kitchen, two bathrooms, two dorms and a main room- and has been designed to allow a person driving a wheelchair to move inside via a millimetric planning of the layout of the different elements.

This house have been deployed as a testing place for assistive technologies for projects in cooperation with FSL and it has already been successfully used in several EU projects. At the moment, it includes several ultrasonic localization sensors, a zigbee sensor network and a KNX-EIB installation, all connected to a gateway PC.

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