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 is able to detect falls, patient discomfort and abnormal behavior. This technology outperforms motion sensors, bed mats and portable monitoring systems by a factor of 1,000 in reducing false alarms and the unnecessary burden on nursing staff.
TELEGRAFIK is the connected solutions platform for healthy aging. Built to protect the elderly and frail, prevent loss of autonomy and inform and coordinate professional caregivers in all care settings. It provides a unique platform for all connected solutions essential to Aging Well to manufacturers and integrators looking to improve the lives of their caregivers, including solutions for fall detection, innovative remote assistance with actimetry, connected beds, remote medical monitoring, remote consultation and remote expertise.
Dr. Harro Stokman, CEO and founder of Kepler Vision said, “We are very pleased to take the next step in international expansion with TELEGRAFIK. Its position as an industry leader in integrating healthcare technologies makes it the perfect partner to advance the virtues of the Kepler Night Nurse solution – making it much easier for nursing homes and medical facilities to take advantage of the benefits we offer in terms of patient care and staff workload.”
Carole Zisa-Garat, CEO of TELEGRAFIK said, “Kepler Night Nurse is an excellent addition to our suite of available healthcare solutions, and its use in first equipped facilities will underscore how beneficial and user-friendly the system is for healthcare personnel – especially when working in conjunction with the healthcare facility’s established practices. We are very impressed with Kepler Vision’s potential to improve the lives of both patients and staff in healthcare environments and look forward to working closely with them on this ongoing implementation and bringing the solution to more institutions in the future.”
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