Announced during this year's CES, the device is an activity tracker for the elderly that can be worn on the wrist or around the neck.
Called Numera EverThere, the solution connects seniors with their loved ones through real-time monitoring and notifications.
Called Honor Now, the service wows to bring customers a care coordinator (so-called CarePro) either to them or their elderly family members within two hours.
When GreatCall's device detects a fall, an audible prompt notifies the user that a call will be made to 5Star urgent response agents.
The two companies plan to deliver solutions aimed at transforming a home habitat and tailoring it for aging baby boomers or their independent parents.
AARP has teamed-up with UnitedHealthcare, Pfizer and Georgia Tech to determine solutions that improve the quality of life for people as they age.
Seniors who place a higher priority on technology are more willing to track their weight digitally (75%) and monitor their cholesterol (50%).
The company offers a HIPAA-compliant communication and care coordination web/mobile platform for the senior care industry.
The San Francisco, California-based company empowers families to directly connect with caregivers and manage their home care services online.
The system called "Laser Light" looks like a regular lamp, and can detect tumble of a person and monitor the state of breathing or sleeping.