IEC SRD 63219:2022 provides guidance for AAL service providers to design, procure, implement, and maintain AAL systems throughout their service life.
The objective is to ensure that AAL systems are designed, configured, and installed to meet the needs of the AAL user and the requirements from applicable industry standards and global regulations. Ultimately, however, users of this document are responsible for checking the applicable laws and regulations.
This document is intended for use by persons and organizations acting within an AAL service organization such as employees, contractors, and consultants and those working with external AAL technology vendors, as appropriate.
This document provides guidance on ensuring that AAL systems meet the needs of the AAL service user, in terms of safety, security, privacy, usability, accessibility, performance and interoperability.
This document provides guidance to supplement the AAL service organization's established policies and procedures.

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IEC 63240-2:2020 specifies the AAL architecture model.
This document defines concepts and introduces terminology. IEC 63240-1 provides generic rules for designers of AAL systems and services with the aim to facilitate systems design and enable interoperability between components. This document provides a framework to analyse use cases on a common view and terminology, which is a foundation for communication to discuss the interoperability of the components of the AAL system. This document allows for the mapping of defined AAL use cases and supports the identification of interoperability issues and gap analysis of the standards.
This document also identifies safety, security, privacy, and other requirements for AAL systems such as usability, accessibility, and trustworthiness (reliability, resilience).

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IEC 63240-1:2020 specifies the AAL reference architecture.
This document defines concepts and introduces terminology. It provides generic rules for designers of AAL systems and services with the aim to facilitate systems design and enable interoperability between components.
This document identifies safety, security, privacy, and other requirements for AAL systems such as usability, accessibility, and trustworthiness (reliability, resilience).

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IEC TS 63134:2020 identifies AAL scenarios and use cases based on real-world applications and requirements. The use cases provide a practical context for considerations of interoperability and standards based on user experience. Use cases provide a context for utilizing existing standards and identifying further standardization work. User requirements have also been identified.
This document also highlights potential areas for standardization in the AAL environment to ensure safety, security, privacy, ease of operation, performance and interoperability.
Lastly, this document is a contribution to the IEC use case management repository, the purpose of which is to collect, administer, maintain, and analyse use cases.

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IEC SRD 63234-1:2020 provides a descriptive framework and template for the economic evaluation of the implementation of technology-supported home healthcare or wellness services, or AAL services that support communications, transportation, etc. as defined in a series of AAL use cases. The financial analysis is completed from the point of view of the healthcare services funder, aged care services funder, or similar governmental or non-governmental organization (e.g. the government in a state-sponsored system or possibly a health management/health insurance company in a privately funded system, a private or governmental organization financing delivery of home support or specialized transportation services).
This document is structured to provide a means of capturing data for a Reference Scenario (typically the current means of providing care, often known as 'usual care', to the target patient population) to compare against an Alternate Scenario (the service or technology intervention) for an economic comparison. Standard economic measures can be estimated (using an electronic spreadsheet or other analysis tool) such as Return on Investment (ROI), Net Present Value (NPV), and Payback Period of the investment.
This document is applicable to all potential AAL services and AAL systems that may be developed or the development and manufacture of any of the underlying components (whether hardware or software).

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IEC SRD 63234-1:2020 provides a descriptive framework and template for the economic evaluation of the implementation of technology-supported home healthcare, wellness or AAL services. IEC SRD 63234-2:2020 provides an example of the use of the framework, specifically analysis and economic evaluation of the implementation of technology-supported, remote, in-home monitoring of patients (AAL care recipients) with chronic diseases.
This analysis is completed from the point of view of the healthcare system/services funder (e.g. the government in a state-sponsored healthcare system or possibly a health management/health insurance company in a privately funded system).
This document is structured like IEC SRD 63234-1:2020, to provide a means of capturing data for the Reference Scenario (the current means of providing care, also known as 'usual care', to the target population of members of the population with one or more chronic diseases living at home), compared against an Alternate Scenario (the deployment of an AAL service which provides remote patient monitoring). Standard economic measures have been estimated (using an electronic spreadsheet) including Return on Investment (ROI), Net Present Value (NPV), and Payback Period of the investment.

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