Our CEO Harro Stokman will be a speaker at the Living & Care Congress on November 24 in Jaarbeurs Utrecht! Harro Stokman will speak at 11:30 a.m. at the BREAK-OUT SESSION on “How artificial intelligence watches over the well-being of the elderly.”The Dutch population is getting older, the Netherlands is aging: in 2040 there will […]
Kepler Vision Technologies has announced a partnership with French integrated service provider TELEGRAFIK. Kepler Vision’s computer vision software will monitor the well-being of residents at a nursing home in L’Isle-d’Abeau, France. Kepler Vision’s Night Nurse solution is a computer vision-based body language detection system. By combining machine learning training and computer vision, Kepler Night Nurse […]
Kepler Vision Technologies CEO Harro Stokman wrote an article about how dementia patients are let down by old technology. Read it here!
Kepler Vision Technologies announced an upgrade to its Kepler Night Nurse solution to help care home residents suffering from dementia. The added functionality ensures a better quality of life for residents and relieves pressure on overstretched care staff.
New research has revealed that over 40% of Europeans would choose to have an elderly parent live with them today versus putting them in a care home, with over a third of children admitting they are ‘frightened’ by the idea of placing their parents into a home.