Cognitive and Physical game: WhizToys
WhizToys is composed of nine, lightweight, portable tiles. They can be connected to a television to display game instructions on the screen. The game combines physical activity and cognitive training. The game is considered a Serious gaming gym (SGG), that can be personalized. This could prevent cognitive function decline or slow down the progression of the mild cognitive impairment (MCI) stage.
Smart Matrass: WhizPad
WhizPad is a smart sensor mattress, combined with transmission system, Whizconnect. Whizpad can detect lying data, predict quality of sleep and upload through Whizconnect. This bedridden care system could be beneficial during the later stages of dementia to reduce the caregivers’ burden and patients can sleep more comfortably.
Senior Tablet: Compaan
The tablet is designed for older adults. It has big buttons and limited application options. The most important feature is remote functionality management for the informal caregivers. Family members can set up daily reminders for older adults. Video calling and messaging are other two functions that encourage social connection for older adults who lives on their own. Other features are the agenda, playing games with other people and medication-reminders. The Compaan can take voice input to detect dementia progression through speech. In addition, the tablet has daily surveys for people with dementia that serve as input for machine-learning algorithms to predict wellbeing.
Care Robot: Tinybot Tessa
Tessa is a care robot which could be implemented during the earlier stages of dementia. Tessa provides verbal guidance to older adults on daily activities. She speaks tasks, which reminders seniors of daily activities. Caregivers can schedule the tasks and personalize the spoken messages and instructions.
Indoor Sensors: Sensara
Sensors are installed on the wall of house of older adults. Caregivers can access a platform to check indoor location of the older adult. The unique function is a sensor network with machine learning algorithms. The algorithm aims to detect unusual behaviors, which are the signs of frailty or deterioration in memory. It would notify caregivers of the deviation and emergency cases. Sensara also monitors indoor movement for the purpose of possible early dementia detection.
Rehabilitation Game: Tipr
Tipr is a user-centered exergaming system for the brain and fine motor control. It is a palm-size, portable product to be put on a table. Its gaming interface allows the rehabilitation to be enjoyable. Tipr provides precision personal training based on the force control and visual feedback. Playing with Tipr can improve hand dexterity and cognitive function for people in the early stages of dementia.
Medicine Dispenser: Medido
Medido is an automated medicine dispenser that could be implemented during the mid to middle stage of dementia. Medido is a table-top dispenser that reminds a user to take a set of prescribed medicine at the right time. When the dispenser beeps as a reminder, users have to confirm medication intake by pressing a button. In addition, it monitors and reports users' responses to their caregivers.
Fall Detection: COGVIS AI
The COGVIS AI is a medium-size sensor to be mounted on a wall of a nursing home or assisted living facility. It gives alarm when an inhabitant leaves the space or falls. This mainly focuses on the later stage of dementia, in which older adults have a problem wandering or falling without memory.
GPS Tracker: Kompy Pico
This GPS tracker can be worn as a pendant or a watch. It tracks whether the person stays within preset areas and allows users to push an emergency button to activate notifications on their caregivers. It can be used both indoors and outdoors, which promotes mobility during the mild to middle stage of Dementia.
AI Companion Robot: Hyodol
Hyodol is a talking AI companion robot for the elderly with a doll-like appearance of a 5-year-old. It aims to improve their emotional well-being and help them to live independently. Hyodol responds with adorable voice and comments when touched. It also provides personalized daily life reminders, elderly-specific content, and health tips. Caregivers and institutions can monitor the elderly remotely through the app and the web, receiving alerts for inactivity and responding to potential emergencies.
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