One in three people over the age of 65 suffers serious injuries each year from falls. But technology is helping us.
Nobi is an unusual lamp. It uses artificial intelligence to monitor the elderly. Detects any unnatural movement such as falls.
Moreover, Nobi can detect a possible fire in the house, monitor the air quality and detect thieves. It also offers advice to the elderly who need movement.
Artificial intelligence is the basis of this lamp and the data is stored in the Cloud. Only the master can see the conclusions drawn from Nobi’s recordings.
Nobi detects that Linda has fallen and asks: Linda, did you fall? If the answer is no, Nobi calls a trusted contact. In the app, Linda’s trusted contact can talk to her and see what happened. The application can show an abstract image to respect Linda’s privacy.
The model will be launched later this year and has a starting fee of $ 2,490 if you put a lamp in each room. There is also the option of renting for $ 120 per month.
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