Global leader in vision-based human activity recognition software Kepler Vision Technologies will be exhibiting its computer vision powered elderly care solution at CES 2023 this January.
Kepler Vision Technologies has been selected to represent The Netherlands by the country’s Accelerate the Change initiative – which has chosen 30 start-up and scale-ups from the country’s technology space to carry the flag at the world’s largest tech conference.
On the trade floor, Kepler Vision Technologies will be showcasing its world-leading elderly care software – Kepler Night Nurse – demonstrating the positive impact its use can have on both patients and care staff. The computer vision enabled monitoring solution can identify whenever patients have fallen, are in physical discomfort, or are wandering where they are not meant to – ensuring that care staff can respond immediately without fail.
Kepler Vision will be announcing the launch of its “Appearance Based Access” tool at CES, which allows elderly patients (particularly those suffering from dementia) safety and security while they move around care facilities. It detects when a patient enters rooms that they are not supposed to and, in that case, instantly warns the care staff – but ensures that patients are always able to access their own room without the need to remember their keys, or wearable access device.
Dr. Dr. Harro Stokman, CEO of Kepler Vision Technologies, said: “I look forward to Kepler Vision Technologies’ triumphant return to CES. Kepler Vision has gone from strength to strength in the last few years – expanding what we can do with computer vision monitoring and expanding rapidly internationally. We look forward to showing CES attendees CES how we can address one of the key issues at the core of modern healthcare – how to best use technology to enhance the quality of healthcare in a way that benefits both patients and care staff.”
CES 2023 will take place from the 4th to the 8th of January 2023 in Las Vegas Nevada. Kepler Vision Technologies will be offering live demonstrations of its proprietary computer vision technology, Kepler Night Nurse.
Kepler Vision Technologies wants to meet with Samir Kumar – M12 ventures Microsoft, Miles Kirby – Deep Tech lab ventures, Jason Ball – Ball Ventures, Houman Haghighi – Menlo Ventures, Arena, Bleustar Telehealth, Bluestone Physician Services, Carelinx, Caremerge, CityLife Health, Cosán, Curana Health, Emodied Labs, Forefront Telecare, HealthPRO/Heritage, Include Health, Igenios, K4Connect, LifeSite, Minka, OnShift, Payactiv, Prodiga Solutions, PS Lifestyle, Smartcare Software, Socially Determined, Strategic Health Care, TCARE, Third Eye Health, True Link, VirtuCense Technologies, VitalTech, Vynca.