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.[…]
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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