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Summary: Living Better Longer in Smart Spaces With the vast amount of aging Americans, who were apart of the baby boomer generation. The elderly tend to want to live independently without the risk and insecure issues that they would face such as their healthy, safety, mental stability, physical condition, and isolation socially. Penn State University’s response to this was to configure a place where the elderly of America could live comfortably. By this, Penn State gathered a team of specialist ranging from: architecture, business, engineering, geriatric medicine, gerontology, health and human development, information sciences and technology,
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Unformatted text preview: psychology, and sociology to organize and seek a research plan that can concentrate on creating Smart Spaces. Smart mean, that each space is embodied with research-derived enhancements that will better enable our senior citizens to age more successfully in place. Smart Spaces consist of four spaces surrounding the individual including: Smart Personal Space, Smart Living, Smart Information Space, and Smart Societal Space. These Smart Spaces will make the American senior citizens lives less complex and more relaxing, they will be able to kick back and enjoy their lives knowing that they are in a safe and “Smart Space.”...
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