HEADS featured in Gemini.no and forskning.no

New sensor will make life safer for the elderly!

Many elderly people would like to live at home as long as possible, but to do so, they need to feel safe. A new fall detector that SINTEF researchers are helping Tellu AS to develop will improve their level of personal safety. It is capable of detecting all types of fall, even sinking falls, which currently available products do not register.

Through the HEADS project, which is financed by the European Union, the research team has developed a software platform that checks that all the units are operating reliably, thus enabling the fall detector to communicate with an emergency centre.

Learn more about this artcicle in Gemini.no and forskning.no.

"Gemini.no and its English counterpart, gemini.no/en, bring you up-to-date research news from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway’s main science and engineering university, and SINTEF, Scandinavia’s largest independent research group."

"forskning.no is an online newspaper with Norwegian and international research news."

Date: 
Tuesday, February 9, 2016

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