Improving the quality of life for citizens

Goal

To reduce the number of accidents caused by poor lighting

Project

Bright Ageing involves testing intelligent Lighting that is tailored to the personal needs and wishes user. Sensors built into the lighting system also collect data, the analysis of which will help develop intelligent lighting to better meet users’ needs.

Motion detection at night and integration with other virtual services, such as fall detection, allow the elderly to feel safer in their own homes

€764,000 Project Budget

40 homes equipped with smart lighting systems

Results 

State: improving patient safety in hospitals and hospices

Citizens: improving the quality of life for senior citizens

Businesses: opportunity to improve their business decisions

   

November 28, 2018 Project launch

Helsinki

source

Bright Ageing Helsinki

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