Reinforced support system at home

“The connected solutions platform for ageing well” – TELEGRAFIK

TELEGRAFIK is your single point of contact for all connected security and social solutions.

At the service of professionals and beneficiaries.

What Telegrafik covers within a complete home care system

These connected solutions are based on Telegrafik’s strong expertise in data analysis, and on a complete ecosystem of industrial IoT and telemonitoring platforms interfaced with Telegrafik.

Our top home care solutions

Otono-me home

Detects anomalies in the resident’s heartbeat and signs of illness (malnutrition, reduced activity, social isolation, sleep problems).

Bed sensor

Secures the patient and automatically alerts him/her if he/she is out of bed for an abnormally long time.

Light path

Switches on automatically when it detects movement in the dark and switches off after returning to bed


A coordination and service platform for homecare providers and their patients.

What are the advantages for the patient of a home care system?

Staying at home instead of living in an institution.

Benefit from personalised and coordinated care and services.

To be taken care of quickly if their health condition deteriorates, and to be offered necessary treatment.

Be safe, and rescued quickly if necessary, 24/7.

Benefit from better medical follow-up.

What is included in the TELEGRAFIK home care system?

Tele-assistance and home automation packages adapted to the patient.

Tools for coordination and patient management.

Complementary to the human resources put in place by the organisations that run the schemes in the different areas:

Coordinating structure
and Home care and services

Detecting situations
of risk

Ensuring waking up safely at night-time

Making it safe

Coordinating the involvement of professionals and relatives

Facilitating access to medical follow-up

Helping to identify the onset of illness

Examples of solutions that can be installed:


Otono-me: enhanced remote assistance with call button, automatic detection of activity anomalies, 24/7 notifications management by a professional monitoring system, user-friendly calls, detecting signs of illness (e.g. malnutrition, cognitive problems, appearance or development of illnesses)


Wristband that can replace the single call button, allowing you to press it if you have a problem + automatic detection of serious falls.


Allows monitoring of refrigerator openings and the detection of potential risks of malnutrition.

Capteur d’ouverture du réfrigérateur


Enables the automatic detection of activity anomalies proposed in the Otono-me service to be refined + enhances the detection of weak signals via data on presence and absence in bed but also physiological data (e.g. heart rate, sleep quality).


Allows patients who are independent enough to go out alone to alert and be geolocated by professionals and/or relatives.

Bouton GPS


Blood pressure monitor, ECG, connected stethoscope, connected scale, pedometer..

Capteurs médicaux

Light path

Getting up at night to go to the toilet can be a major risk for an older person to fall, which can have serious consequences. The light path is activated by a motion detector which automatically triggers a light connected to the controlled socket.


Tele-assistance – Home support – Tele-monitoring of patients or residents – Remote medical monitoring

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