Founded in November 2012, SeniorAdom offers new remote assistance technology. SeniorAdom’s next-generation technology automatically detects falls and sudden illness using a smart system of detectors (no cameras) connected to a central device. This central device is easy to install and use. It can simply be plugged into a power socket (no need for an internet connection because it has an embedded GSM mobile phone card). No special training is required.
In addition to falls and sudden illness, SeniorAdom’s solution can also report any unusual patterns in the life of a dependent person by sending a text or email to their carer. Each carer has a personalised and secure space from which they can monitor the well-being of the person living in their own home. SeniorAdom has genuinely disrupted the remote assistance space, which had barely advanced in 35 years. It provides comfort and peace of mind to both carers and service users.
SeniorAdom sets out to conquer the telecare market.
- Over 1.5 million seniors or disabled people live at home alone and want to remain autonomous.
- 47% of seniors take a fall at least once a year, and half of them cannot get back on their feet by themselves.
- Only 6% of French people over 80 were equipped with smart telecare devices in 2010.
- Nearly 1,000 people are already equipped with SeniorAdom technology just a few months after commercial launch.