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|Title:||Technological Ecosystems in Care and Assistance:A Systematic Literature Review|
García-Peñalvo, F. J.
|Keywords:||systematic literature review|
are and assistance technologie
|Citation:||S. Marcos-Pablos y F. J. García-Peñalvo, "Technological Ecosystems in Care and Assistance: A Systematic Literature Review," Sensors, vol. 19, art. 708, 2019. doi: 10.3390/s19030708.|
|Abstract:||Applying the concepts of technological ecosystems to the care and assistance domain is an emerging field that has gained interest during the last years, as they allow to describe the complex relationships between actors in a technologically boosted care domain. In that context, this paper presents a systematic review and mapping of the literature to identify, analyse and classify the published research carried out to provide care and assistance services under a technological ecosystems’ perspective. Thirty-seven papers were identified in the literature as relevant and analysed in detail (between 2003–2018). The main findings show that it is indeed an emerging field, as few of the found ecosystem proposals have been developed in the real world nor have they been tested with real users. In addition, a lot of research to date reports the proposal of platform-centric architectures developed over existing platforms not specifically developed for care and service provision. Employed sensor technologies for providing services have very diverse natures depending on the intended services to be provided. However, many of these technologies do not take into account medical standards. The degree of the ecosystems’ openness to adding new devices greatly depends on the approach followed, such as the type of middleware considered. Thus, there is still much work to be done in order to equate other more established ecosystems such as business or software ecosystems|
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