An interview on the e-wellbeing work of Sensolus was published in the Smart Belgium appendix of the Flemish newspaper De Tijd on December 10th 2016. In the interview Laurence Claeys explains how Sensolus developed the çava application. çava aims at prolonging the time period for elderly to live independently. The application consists of smart stickers that are attached to any object in the home and that tells the informal caregiver when deviations of everyday live behaviour occur. The çava application is developed with the support of Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship Agency.