Now low birth weight babies can stay at home with CareMe@Home Pediatrics

Finally those long days at hospital waiting for the baby to gain weight can be left behind.Some health centres allow the parents to take the baby home but they still have to receive periodic visits of a nurse. Even this can be avoided with CareMe@Home.

CareMe@Home is a tight follow-up system developed with health professionals for health professionals. The best place for a baby is home and the best company are the parents. However, both the health professionals and the parents can be confident that the baby is safe because CareMe@Home is taking care of all the rest.

For the parents, the follow-up system is as simple as filling up everyday a simple form, either on a smartphone, tablet or PC. These data are safely transferred to the centre database, where the doctors can perform a close monitoring of the baby progress. Should any anomaly is reported by the parents, the doctors will receive an alarm and will contact the parents for further actions. If, by any chance, the doctors don't receive the daily data, another alarm will be raised  and they will contact the parents too. A key piece to the safety and comfort objectives of CareMe@Home Pediatrics is the integrated high quality videoconference system. Visits to hospital are dramatically reduced while everything is under control.


A considerable effort has been made in order to preserve the data privacy. With this purpose, the medical data never go together with the baby identity. This association only happens at the hospital.

TourKhana: when tourism becomes adventure thanks to technology

Imagine yourself walking along a street of a rich cultural heritage city. You are a tourist eager for new and exciting experiences in a foreign culture. Wouldn't it be exciting to get involved in a passionate adventure immerse in the scenarios you want to visit? sharing time, space and facts happened long time ago with lengendary inhabitants of the city? and what if, at the same time, you learn about the history and cultural heritage of the city? Well, that's what Answare's technology brings to the stakeholders interested in the exploitation of touristic resources.

TourKhana is a blend of today's hot technologies: mobile applications for smartphones, augmented reality, location based services and 3D graphics. The application offers the visitor several routes to visit and guides him along the chosen route. Each route encloses a story and challenge  that the visitor must resolve through a series of milestones where minor challenges are proposed for the visitor to collect clues. The milestones are related to the most significant elements and characters of the cultural heritage of the city and rich multimedia information is delivered to the visitor all along the route.

Besides multimedia information, TourKhana includes an augmented reality interface for obtaining directly through the smartphone camera visual information about the surrounding objects and buildings. Furthermore, the application allows the user to download 3D models of the objects or buildings either for getting clues or just to know how the monuments looked like at the time of the story .

Local businesses like coffeeshops, restaurants, hotels, shops, etc. can play their part in the game by providing clues to the visitors thereby taking benefit of the system.


Answare takes advantage of the know-how adquired in R+D+i projects to develop breakthru products addressed to different high potential markets. By choosing Answare products, customers know that they count on the most innovative and reliable technologies.