Every week the AgeingFit team will share news about new participants, supporters and exhibitors.


The AAL Programme will participate in AgeingFit 2018

We are most honoured to count the AAL Programme among the attendees at AgeingFIT 2018. Their delegates will be present in the exhibition area, and we will have the pleasure to hear them speak in the conference session dedicated to Ambient Assisted Living solutions (“How can actors in the Silver market increase the potential profitability of innovations like AAL?” – Feb.6th – 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM).


They will be speaking at the conference

  • Francisco Bartolo, Public Affairs, Sonae, PT (How can we improve food product marketing to fight senior malnourishment? Feb. 7th | 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM )
  • Lee Omar, CEO, Red Ninja Studio, UK (What are the challenges of designing tomorrow’s caring institutions? Feb. 7th | 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM)
  • Liz Ashall-Payne, CEO, ORCHA, UK (What are the best collaborative practices for pharmas, tech start-ups and academic teams for the treatment of chronic conditions? Feb. 6th | 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM )
  • Geert Houben, CEO, Cubigo, BE (How can we promote the use of Information and Communication Technologies to better understand the needs of the ageing population? Feb. 6th | 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM)
  • Patrizia d’Alessio, Founder & CEO, AISA Therapeutics, IT (What are the best collaborative practices for pharmas, tech start-ups and academic teams for the treatment of chronic conditions? Feb. 6th | 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM)


They support AgeingFit 2018

Many thanks to our last Supporters for joining us to AgeingFit 2018: RESAH, 3D Print Santé, Biotech Info, Logement Seniors, Welfare Tech and more.

Americans may be warming up to the idea of using unmanned aerial vehicles — or drones — to deliver Amazon packages or take pictures of unreachable places like remote mountain ranges or hurricane-decimated landscapes.

But what about using indoor drones to help older people get their hands on a bottle of medicine that’s in another room?
Sound like an outlandish idea? Naira Hovakimyan, a roboticist at the University of Illinois, isn’t laughing.

Hovakimyan recently received a $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to explore the possibility of using small drones to perform simple household chores.

NSF picked the right person.

Hovakimyan recently told The New York Times that she believes drones will become an everyday fixture — as ubiquitous as cell phones — in the homes of older people. Within a decade or two, she says, indoor drones will be reaching under the table to grab an object, cleaning chandeliers, and weeding the lawn.

New facial recognition technology developed in Australia will help medical staff manage the pain of dementia patients who struggle to communicate.
The PainChek app runs on smartphones or tablets and uses artificial intelligence to analyse facial expressions to assess pain levels.
The software captures the information it needs in just three seconds and uses standardised pain scales but can be tailored to include patient-specific information such as medication.


AgeingFit is delighted to host the IGAM congress for two half-days during the 2018 edition.
The congress theme will focus on “What’s new in geriatrics and gerontology ? News from the sector” and will take the form of conferences, round tables and posters.

More information soon.

AgeingFit Steering Committee gathered last week to design a brand new conference programme for its 2018 edition. Always aiming at fulfilling our audience’s expectations and fit at best its concerns, our experts rethought the overall organisation and topics of the sessions.

AgeingFit 2018 programme will be organised around the following axis:


  • Track 1: From Needs to Ideas

  • Track 2: From Ideas to Innovation

  • Track 3: From Innovation to Market

We are very honoured to count CCI Nice Côte d’Azur as a Platinum sponsor of AgeingFit 2018.

Join AgeingFit sponsors to have the opportunity to:


  • Highlight your interest in innovation
  • Present your ideas and technologies to key innovation players
  • Enhance your visibility on an international scale and be recognised as a key innovative actor
  • Show your expertise thanks to specific communication tools




The Innovation Pitchs will reward the best innovation in the healthy ageing sector. The competition aims at healthcare services and retirement homes, industrials and service providers.



If you are interested to participate at the Innovation Pitchs, you have until December 1st 2017 to apply.




For AgeingFit’s first edition, Active84Health won the start-up prize and Tarkett FloorInMotion won  the innovation prize.




Here is the conference programme of the second edition of AgeingFit which will be hold on 6th and 7th February 2018 at Nice, France. Our prestigious Steering Committee gathered last week and designed this programme.





Which future for innovation in the Healthy Ageing sector ?



Track 1 – From needs to ideas

Track 2 – From idea to innovation

Track 3 – From innovation to market



Nutrition / ICT / Equipment in institutions and in homecare / Organisational innovation




The AgeingFit team will be at Silver Day Normandie on 28th September in Le Havre, France.

This annual event aims to promote the networking of all the Silver Economy partners and to discuss the opportunities of the sector. Companies, associations, residental care homes for the elderly, public services and many others are concerned by this event.


Silver day Normandie is organised by AD Normandie and CCI Normandie


Haven’t yet registered for the 2nd edition of AgeingFit?

It’s time to do it now: Benefit from an exclusive discount on your full pass!

Offer valid until 16th October 2017