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What they’re saying about us: la Dépêche du Midi, French regional daily newspaper

Telegrafik launches itself on the “Smart Care” market

Article published on 12 March 2019, Author: Anne-Marie Véziat

Having just returned from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the Toulouse-based start-up Telegrafik has revealed its ambition to scale up this year by becoming a Smart Care player. ”Our technologies have proved their worth and since our inception in 2013, we have implemented sixty projects which have been validated by our partners,” says company president Carole Zisa-Garat.

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Second fundraiser

It’s time for us to scale up, structure our sales team by hiring four new sales representatives in the second half of the year, and seek new partners.” And presumably also to have a second fundraiser. The first took place in early 2017 and enabled the company to launch its initial solution, Otono-me, a warning and vigilance system for vulnerable people.

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WE’RE ONE TO WATCH: GEROSCOPIE, MONTHLY REVIEW REPORT FOR NURSING HOME DIRECTORS

Telegrafik, the Artificial Intelligence in Care Services

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Article published in the February edition 2019 Author: Juliette Viatte

Specialists in services relating to keeping elderly people at home and monitoring patients, the Start-Up Telegrafik launches their first Nursing Home at home” in a few days. Founder Carole Zisa-Garat gives us more details.

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Time to assess the 3Pegase project, benefiting elderly people with diminishing autonomy

Launched in 2015, the 3Pegase consortium,  grouping together 6 industrial entities, has been working on the development of a system to prevent the loss of autonomy and to provide a follow-up service for frail elderly people.

Today, 3years after its launch,3Pegase signals the end of its project, issuing a very positive initial assessment which points to a larger-scale clinical study being conducted.

It was at the initiative of Telegrafik, a company specialising in home-support connected services for frail persons and in patient telemonitoring, that this project was created.

One objective: to provide frail elderly persons with a secure environment and to be able to monitor them more efficiently when they returned home after a period of hospitalisation.

3Pegase: anticipating the recurrent problem issues facing senior patients

It was in the context of the Easy Novcall for projects with the Midi-Pyrénées Regional Council, that the Gerontology Unit at the Toulouse University Hospital, the Toulouse IT Research Institute, Orange, Telegrafik, Telemedicine Technologies and Serena joined forces within aconsortium to implement the 3Pegase project (Predictive Platformfor Elderly People and Assistance). Its main aim was to propose a monitoring solution for patients at home.

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Telemedecine Technologies and Telegrafik announce their collaboration

Telegrafik announces its collaboration with Telemedicine Technologies SA, a collaborative software publisher in e-Health and leader in the field of Clinical Research.

After a successful first collaboration as part of the 3PEGASE project to monitor vulnerable elderly people living at home and prevent their loss of independence, Telemedicine Technologies and Telegrafik are sealing their partnership.

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Telegrafik’s intelligent sensor data analysis platform is now linked to Telemedicine Technologies’ CleanWEB solution and integrates the TECH-Alliance.

Through this partnership, Telegrafik can make its cutting-edge data processing and algorithmic expertise available to Clinical Research via the CleanWEB platform.

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WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT US: LA DÉPÊCHE DU MIDI, FRENCH REGIONAL DAILY NEWSPAPER

Ageing more independently with Telegrafik

Article published on 2 December 2018, Author: Jean-Luc Martinez

Some members of the successful Telegrafik team around CEO Carole Zisa-Garat./ Photo DDM.

Having already won the BPI France Digital Innovation Contest in 2017, the Colomiers-based start-up Telegrafik has just received the Futurapolis Le Point Contest’s Connected Objects Award. This distinction rewards a recent but convincing solution for independence among the elderly.

Our goal is to postpone moving into a retirement home for 12 to 18 months,” says Carole Zisa-Garat, CEO of the young company that employs 15 people at its Semidias premises at Perget and in its Parisian office. “Once people are in a routine, we watch over them in the event of a fall or a change in behaviour.”

Thanks to the Otono-me remote assistance service, the start-up uses artificial intelligence to serve human well-being. A caring attentiveness that detects anomalies and alerts the elderly person’s relatives or the emergency services if necessary. Sensors installed in the rooms of the elderly person’s house alert an operator, in a monitoring centre 24/7. Thanks to an intercom, a verbal exchange can even take place without the person being able to reach a telephone.

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Tavie Otono-me, the new solution to serve lonely and frail people

The telecare company Tavie launches Tavie Otono-me, a protection system adapted to lonely and frail people. This innovative remote assistance allows them to live as long as possible in their own homes, in complete security.

Tavie Otono-me, a new product serving the growth of Tavie

Along with the launch of this new product, Tavie, a French national company strongly anchored in the regions of Bordeaux and in the South of the Gironde, are hiring, and announced the signing of 2 new partnerships.

« Tavie Otono-me will contribute to the growth of our business by enabling us to meet the needs of families, who are increasingly on the look out for intelligent solutions capable of automatically detecting problems faced by frail family members», explains Julie Castet, president of Tavie.

The solution is of particular interest for people with memory impairments, or people with Alzheimer’s disease who will not think to use their emergency call medallion.

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A new home care service approved by seniors in the French department of Aisne!

The Otono-me service protected 100 seniors in the Aisne department in 2017, including this 80-year-old who was rescued last December: “It’s thanks to you that I’m still here, I wanted to say thank you!”
In 2018, a hundred more seniors will be able to safely continue living at home thanks to this innovation. The Onoto-me app also brings their loved ones peace of mind.

The Otono-me service responds effectively to the needs of elderly people and their loved ones

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ELAN law: Telegrafik and Vivalib announce their partnership

The ELAN Law (On the scalability of housing, development and digital technology) establishes the need for scalability and digital technology

Telegrafik and Vivalib combine their expertise to provide a package of services to meet these challenges and announce their partnership

 

This package of services allows living spaces designers and administrators to define how they wish to change their programmes on the one hand and supports them in the implementation of these developments on the other.

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WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT US: AGE VILLAGE, INFO SITE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS AND CARERS

Connected homes: carers need in Loiret

Article published on 27 February 2018, Author: Annie de Vivie

A home monitoring trial for isolated family members is looking for 35 volunteers in Loiret.

Named Otono-me, this project was chosen by the Centre-Val de Loire Regional Old-Age Insurance Fund (CARSAT) and the Loiret financers’ conference.

Developed by the company Telegrafik with the Filien ADMR remote care service, for 9 months Otono-me will test 4 movement detectors and 1 door sensor, in collaboration with care professionals.

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WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT US: LA RÉPUBLIQUE DU CENTRE, LOCAL AND REGIONAL INFORMATION IN LOIRET AND CENTRE REGION

Who wants to try Otono-me, the new remote care service for the elderly?

Article published on 15 February 2018, Author: Caroline Bozec

Otono-me, the remote care service for elderly and isolated people, will soon be trialled in Loiret. 35 volunteers are needed.

It’s free, and it could save a life. In Loiret, volunteers aged 60 and over are needed to try out the Otono-me service (pronounced “autonomy”): a device installed at home which features movement sensors and a mobile application which informs carers about a person’s activity.

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WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT US: LE JOURNAL TOULOUSAIN, THE SOLUTIONS WEEKLY

3 SOLUTIONS TO MAKE HOME CARE ASSISTANCE EASIER

Article from 15 February 2018

Otono-me and autonomy

Knowing that their nearest and dearest are keeping an eye on them can be reassuring for elderly people living alone. That’s what Toulouse-based company offers, thanks to its Otono-me device: five motion sensors, dispersed around the house, allow for an individual’s activity to be monitored in real time. The data collected can be accessed by family members from a mobile application. In the event of an anomaly, such as prolonged absence, the system attempts to reach the resident and sends an SMS to their family members to keep them informed of the situation.
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WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT US: LA MONTAGNE, LOCAL AND REGIONAL INFORMATION IN AUVERGNE AND LIMOUSIN

7,000 Puy-de-Dôme citizens are using remote care thanks to a partnership in the department

Article posted on 27 January 2018, Author: Michèle Gardette

In Puy-de-Dôme, 7,000 people are benefiting from remote care. In the event of a fall or illness, they are offered appropriate assistance. Not to mention a technological innovation: advanced remote care.

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In the event of anomaly, the transmitter analyses the data and generates alerts for the Departmental Fire and Emergency Service for the user to verify. In short, if the user is not able to press their remote care pendant, the device will trigger the alert for them. Implemented by the company Famiclic, the device named Otono-me is currently being tested by fifteen users in Puy-de-Dôme.

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