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Social Sustainability Achievement through Mobile GIS Applications Development and Audit


  • Cosmin TOMOZEI


  • Cristian AMANCEI



This paper aim is to determine a reliable way for the mobile health applications engineering, reengineering and audit, for the achievement of social sustainability. This research implied the constructive analysis of health applications of several types, by means of scientific databases, in which GIS and mobile applications for health were presented. Secondly, the use of mobile devices and GIS applications for senior citizens have been taken into account so as to create efficient ways of communication and processing of medical and spatial data. These types of applications should provide help and support for people in need and assist the decision makers, both patients and health specialists for the assurance of the quality of life as well as the seniors’ autonomy. A detailed presentation of the results of this research was included in a lecture at the Hanzehogeschool University of Applied Sciences of Groningen, Netherlands, within the Erasmus+ European teaching program in May 2015.

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  • Cosmin TOMOZEI & Cristian AMANCEI, 2015. "Social Sustainability Achievement through Mobile GIS Applications Development and Audit," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 19(4), pages 90-99.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:19:y:2015:i:4:p:90-99

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    1. Michael Willoughby & Hermenegildo Gómez & M. Lozano, 2010. "Making e-government attractive," Service Business, Springer;Pan-Pacific Business Association, vol. 4(1), pages 49-62, March.
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    Mobile Health; GIS; Sensors; Data Analysis; Audit;


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