Round-the-clock automated monitoring to ensure the safety of residents and prevent accidents
Intelligent monitoring for nursing-homes
According to WHO, up to half of the elderly in nursing homes falls at least once a year, and a third - even more often.

Up to 30% of those who fall are injured, which reduce their degree of mobility and independence and increase the risk of premature death.

If a risk of falls is detected, the smart monitoring system will send notifications to the caregiver.
In the wards
  • Preventing falls
  • Prevention of bedsore formation
  • Activity and mobility monitoring
  • Monitoring of alarming situations and falls in toilets and showers without cameras
  • Monitoring the quality of patient care
  • Virtual care of patients
In common areas
  • Preventing falls
  • Ensuring the safety of residents
  • Monitoring of staff and residents' movements
With the help of the intelligent monitoring system the staff will be able to prevent complications and accidents
Decision-making assistance
Monitor the individual indicators of each patient and make decisions based on independent data
With the use of video analytics there is no need to disturb patients and violate their personal space when it is not critically important
Freeing up time
Give your staff more time for full-fledged care due to remote monitoring of patients
Individual approach
Patient's calm
Adjust the necessary events individually for each patient and adjust them when his condition changes
Round-the-clock monitoring allows patients to be calm and confident that help will always be provided on time
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