A Coggle Diagram about AAL vision (Heterogeneous, open and reusable infrastructure platforms and components, Diverse software and hardware elements spanning from reasoning algorithms to specific healthcare and assisted living devices, Studies do not sufficiently exemplify heterogeneity with specific inter-project and inter-vendor examples, Studies usually focus on presenting few devices at the intra-project level with in sufficient details., Organizations must open up for increased collaboration and integrate more systems into their evaluation sites., Call for more open standards and open source solutions., More evaluation data reaching the AAL community and The overall vision is still to be presented in the literature), Frameworks (Most frameworks focus only on a few aspects of AAL, Few frameworks have produced sustainable systems, Ignore requirements as seen from different stakeholders and design perspectives, Cannot support full-fledged solutions ready for real world deployment and Lack of inovation and focus on achieving usable and affordable AAL systems), Interoperability (Failed to provide interoperable and affordable systems to citizens., Real-world usage limited and confined to few devices and standards (applied the pilot-level study), Failed to support caregiver and governmental organizations. and Majority of systems do not allow other AAL systems access to accumulated data.), Design (Wide gap between requirements of real-world scenarios and the capabilities of currently available solutions and enabling technologies, Large differences in user populations leading to more complex user experience and social-technical requirements and Requirements to standardization and certification incurs higher efforts and cost (research and development)), Advantages (Research is getting aligned strategically with real-world scenarios, More requirement has been identified by user-centered and participatory research methodologies. and AAL becoming greater extend in the technologically-heterogeneous-service-oriented architectures.), Deployment (High cost and Moving from research prototypes and pilot studies requires technical, economical and organizational resources and commitment to succeed.), Research focus (AAL research is not sufficiently focused on solving the most critical problems and Only deals with the isolated aspects of AAL), Need for more interoperable and synergetic AAL solution and End-users mainly concerned about the security and privacy of their personal medical data.