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Introduction

This case study illustrates how Sen.se was capable of developing an easy-to-use tool to monitor behavior changes and detect early signs of health deterioration in seniors living independently at home.

Highlights

  • The use of smart sensors that easily attach to different objects offers a good approach for non-connected objects to become data-trackers.
  • Following a universal monitoring approach, the solution offers multiple use cases because it allows users to track different type of activities in areas such as health, safety, and well-being.
  • When placed in different objects, the motion and temperature sensors start collecting, analyzing and transmitting data through notifications and a user-friendly dashboard.

Features and Benefits

  • Analyze how Sen.se offers a home automation approach to connect the unconnected.
  • Explore how Mother becomes a solution that can help with certain aspects of assisted living.
  • Learn how the sensors are discrete and non-invasive in the sense they do not look like traditional assisted-living solutions.

Key questions answered

  • How Sen.se was capable of developing an easy-to-use tool to monitor behavior changes and detect early signs of health deterioration in seniors living independently at home?
  • Why the use of smart sensors that easily attach to different objects offers a good approach for non-connected objects to become data-trackers?
  • How family members and caregivers can monitor behavior changes over time and detect signs of deterioration?

Table of contents

Summary

  • In brief
  • Ovum view

Recommendations

  • Recommendations for service providers

Enabling the age-in-place process through the use of non-intrusive smart care technology

  • Setting the business context
  • Bringing the strategy to life
  • Outcome assessment

Appendix

  • Methodology
  • Further reading
  • Author

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