Kepler will demonstrate the First-Ever Body Language Recognition Software at Hannover Messe 2019
Kepler further improves AI Quality of (Elderly) Care.
At the Hannover Messe 2019, a preview will be shown of the world’s first-ever body language recognition software. The software is developed at Kepler Vision Technologies, a University spin-off company. The software “looks” into videos and recognizes a human’s body language, body poses, and actions; for example, it sees if a patient drinks enough, gets dressed, gets upset, or is lying on the couch versus lying on the floor. The software is developed in response to our aging population, our desire to live independently for as long as possible, all under the constraints of a shrinking workforce of caregivers.
The software preview is available from April 1-5, 2019 at the Hannover Messe, Germany (Hall 13, Booth F30/1)
You can watch our demo video here.
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