From 24th to 26th September the AAL Forum took place in Norrköping, Sweden. This annual event serves as platform for industry and academia to share groundbreaking ideas and to discuss the adoption of AAL solutions to the market. In this year, the NavMem project, which is coordinated by Dr. Wilko Heuten from OFFIS, exhibited its innovative idea and early research results. The aim of the project is to design and develop a mobile orientation and navigation aid for people with mild cognitive impairments. And, although the project was just finishing its first year, an early smart phone-based prototype could be presented and was well appreciated by visitors of the booth.