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Ambient Home Health Monitoring Sensors- Guest Post by Shalani Andria

Ambient Home Health Monitoring Sensors- Guest Post by Shalani Andria

Frost & Sullivan has been so kind as to contribute with a guest post for our Connected Living blog. Shalani Andria, Transformational Health Industry Analyst, shares with us her expert views on the Digital Health market in the APAC region. Enjoy the reading! Ambient sensors for home health monitoring have the potential to help better ... Read More
 
Smart Care for People Living With Disabilities

Smart Care for People Living With Disabilities

As we have discussed in the past, people wish to stay in their own home for as long as possible, while remaining autonomous and independent. This is true not only for for people as they progress through the aging process, and for people with physical disabilities. We live with smart connected devices all around us. ... Read More
 
Connected Living Trends to Come

Connected Living Trends to Come

Like any young industry that is just beginning to take off, the Connected Living market is constantly evolving and changing at a very fast pace. We can see a clear example of its continuous adjustments and improvements at the events and exhibitions we attend throughout the year, for example at CES, an event that provides ... Read More
 
Voice Panic Detection: The Future of PERS

Voice Panic Detection: The Future of PERS

Josh Locke is Director of Sales at Essence USA. He is a Certified Senior Advisor with over 12 years’ experience in the PERS industry.  He has been in the “start-up” side of PERS for nearly all of those years.  In 2013, he was recruited to launch a new mobile PERS into the industry, which was ... Read More
 
How Smart Monitoring Systems Can Help Prevent Falls

How Smart Monitoring Systems Can Help Prevent Falls

Falls are the leading cause of hospitalizations, injury and death among older people. One out of three adults over 65 falls each year, resulting in millions of hospitalizations, costly treatments and painful injuries that may increase the risk of early death. Also, people who have already fallen once, are two to three times more likely ... Read More