CES 2015: Connected Hardware Keeping Elderly in Touch with Family and Caregivers

CES 2015: Connected Hardware Keeping Elderly in Touch with Family and Caregivers
technology

OnKöl connected home offers remote communication for health stats, medical data, emergency alerts and more

Simone Spilka
  • 9 january 2015

Our connected smart homes are spanning across zip codes and getting even smarter. While it is possible to control the music, lighting and more in our own living rooms from the bedroom, we can also control the home of our loved ones from afar. An innovative health monitoring hardware collects data, sends reminders and detects movement of elderly or special needs individuals so families can stay connected via text or email.

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