I need a reliable and non-intrusive way to detect falls allowing me to act quickly.
I want to live independently, in a safe environment – free to make my own choices.
To ensure quality health care and reduce the number of incidents, I need to be able analyse them indivdually.
Using a 3D sensor, ISA provides detailed analysis of a patient's behaviour. This non-intrusive method uses algorithms to monitor and show movements, while protecting an individual’s privacy.
Customised alerts are then sent to the medical team.
Our stand alone, non-intrusive 3D technology is easy to set up and based on an embedded activity analysis algorithm.
The system’s built-in intelligence sends alerts to health staff, but ensures the patient’s privacy.
ISA allows a mixed analysis of medical and behavioural data (tracks activity and sleep patterns).
A continuous look at the patient's activity makes it possible to objectify certain changes in his state of health, such as the length of bed rest.
The data collected by ISA provides the interdisciplinary team with additional diagnostics.
ISA helps direct short-term (risk situations) and mid-term (loss of activity) interventions.
This conference brings together designers, developers, manufacturers, service providers, researchers, and policy makers around technologies that enhance the health, functional capacity and quality of life of older adults. These include architects, computer scientists, engineers, gerontologists, health care providers, housing developers, leisure and recreation specialistis, social services professionals as well as administrators in industries such as assisted living, hospitals and skilled nursing facilities..
Created ten years ago, Health Information Technologies (HIT), which has since been integrated with Paris Healthcare Week, has supported the growth of information and communication technologies in healthcare. Tools that continue to evolve in the service of industry professionals and patients.
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MintT specialises in behaviour analysis and medical monitoring of elderly people. Services include behavioural change detection, unusual activity reporting, information verification, and allows health care providers to make calculated decisions.
This technology can be quickly installed in health-care facilities and nursing homes.