Meetings: Knowledge Maps

 In Denmark, Event

WP3 GA3.1: Regional maps of silver knowledge management process

4th October & 13th December 2019


1st Panel Meeting

VIA University College organized a panel meeting in Aarhus, Denmark with the aim of identifying information and flows of knowledge for developing a Knowledge Management Model. Furthermore, the purpose of the discussions was to provide a basis for drawing up recommendations for methods that promote knowledge sharing and dissemination of knowledge.


The meeting was attended by seniors, health professionals, SMEs, and municipality and educational institutions. Peter Keller Hansen drew the process of the meeting to visualize the content and outcome of the meeting.


The meeting focused primarily on identifying potential stakeholders and flows of knowledge within the area of technology and seniors. The information obtained during this meeting was used to visualize a stakeholder circle. With the help of the “post-it-technique”, the panel members wrote down ideas for key players regarding technology and seniority knowledge and their interrelationships. We furthermore discussed challenges and potential needs and opportunities within the area.



2nd Panel Meeting: Knowledge about welfare technology and future seniors


Osiris Project

Panel Meeting 2 – Knowledge about welfare technology and future seniors

VIA University College organized the second panel meeting in Aarhus, Denmark on 13th of December 2019 . The purpose of the meeting was to create a model which can be used to bridge the gap between stakeholders and match the existing and new technologies with the needs of the users.


The meeting was attended by Seniors, health professionals, SME´s, Municipality and educational institutions. The meeting focused on the needs of the end-users (citizens and professionals) and their opportunities for applying knowledge and information.


The goal was to investigate experienced challenges within the area of technology and seniors. In the workshop, the needs to create optimal conditions for knowledge and flows of knowledge were discussed. Participants also reflected on how to help improve conditions for technological development, and furthermore discussed the role of the citizen in these solutions.