THE FIRST HEALTHCARE SOFTWARE THAT USES ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) TO LOOK AFTER PEOPLE’S WELL-BEING
NO MORE FALSE ALARMS
Falls that are not detected in time are a major health risk for the elderly. With current home automation or smart sensors, in 6 out of 7 falls, someone is only there after 5 minutes to help the client. In addition, healthcare personnel are inundated with false alarms.
Current systems are unable to distinguish objects such as a flapping curtain or fallen blanket from falls.
Kepler Night Nurse’s pioneering and reliable care software eliminates 99%of false alarms and has many other benefits.
WITH THE KEPLER NIGHT NURSE SOFTWARE
Gets notification within 10 seconds after a fall.
Saves you up to 3 working hours per day*.
Saves you a lot of technology and personnel costs as a healthcare facility.
Do caregivers provide assistance 6 times faster after a fall incident.
Replace all the old sensors with one optical sensor.
Have more time for real care by eliminating false alarms.
Guarantee your clients’ safety without compromising privacy and dignity.
* work time savings per 20 clients
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Dutch company Kepler Vision Technologies is developing unique artificial intelligence (AI) for healthcare. Kepler Night Nurse detects incidents via image in healthcare facilities and hospitals worldwide.
The software not only notices when clients fall, but also when people with dementia stray from their location. In addition, the system recognizes undesirable actions or behaviors including aggression.
Kepler Vision Technologies’ mission is to oversee the well-being of one million clients by 2030.
Kepler Vision Technologies’ team is made up of employees with healthcare expertise on the one hand and those with PhDs in AI on the other. That makes Kepler Vision Technologies’ healthcare software guaranteed to be reliable and of an unparalleled standard.
The company has a solid financial foundation thanks in part to investments from UvA Ventures and the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs. Kepler Vision Technologies expects global growth in the coming years due to rising demand for elderly care and a declining supply of care workers and nurses. The company now operates worldwide and has an experience center in Eindhoven in addition to its headquarters in Amsterdam.