On Thursday, 23rd October 2014 the final event of the funding measure “mobile into old age” was hosted by the Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) at the Fraunhofer IIS Test and Demonstration Centre in Nuremberg. Mobia was one of the exhibited projects.
In the context of the assistance measures 14 projects were funded for three years, all of which were represented at the event by an information desk. After a brief presentation of the different projects by the project managers, the visitors were guided to all the exhibits until finally a cake was ceremoniously cut by the project managers, which marked the end of the event.
f.l.t.r.: Florin Spanachi(b2m), Kathleen Schwarz (iso), Manfred Backes (Saarbahn), Lisa Becker(Saarbahn), Maurice Rekrut (DFKI)
Conclusion from Mobia point-of-view:
Mobia stands out through detailed and extensive test results in the context of a one-year field study, which is way more research than any of the other projects have done.