It uses neither contact nor images, thereby ensuring privacy. It detects falls, residents leaving their beds and residents not returning to their beds. All types of falls are detected (soft falls, heavy falls, falls by slipping out of bed, etc.) throughout the room.
The staff does not need to install anything, the sensor is automatically activated according to a predetermined schedule. Residents do not need to wear any hardware, a problem is automatically detected upon its occurrence.
The teams receive alarms via the nurse call system, via their DECT phones or via the mobile phones provided. Its use is highly intuitive and integrates perfectly with standard alarm management.
EMBEDDED INTELLIGENCE AND SIMPLIFIED COMMUNICATION
The algorithm embedded in the sensor analyses situations and processes the information. Only the resident’s condition is sent to a local server. No data is processed in the cloud. The device communicates via WiFi or via the local Ethernet network in the facility.
A UNIQUE SOLUTION WITH 99.3% RELIABILITY
The unique algorithm was developed in the rooms, in 2 university hospitals and 4 residential care facilities. It records real life situations that occur during the night. The observed percentage of false fall alarms is less than 0.7%.
An innovative technology without video footage
The solution uses a remote sensor (ToF) that reconstructs the relief of the room in the form of a point cloud.
The point clouds are compared to precisely determine the movements and their locations.
A powerful, unique and scalable sensor
Kaspard has developed its own sensor to incorporate the most powerful and most suitable components. We are also planning to let the device communicate with other connected objects to facilitate information transfer.
Kaspard is very easy to use. There is no need to invest in new technology, our system is available as a subscription-based service that includes the following:
INSTALLATION: we have simplified our procedures to limit the time spent in each room.
TRAINING: we have developed training tools to assist the care teams in integrating Kaspard into their work practices.
ALARMS: they can be received on your DECT phone or on the smartphones provided.
REPORTS: we provide your multidisciplinary teams with the necessary information about nightly movements.
FOLLOW-UP: we ensure the proper functioning of the devices and their updating: you benefit at all times from the latest functions.
- Electrical outlet
- Connection via WiFi or via the Ethernet network
- Simple and discreet ceiling mounting in the corner of the room
Observation : Reduction of falls by a factor of 3
in Kaspard-equipped facilities