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Next-generation non-intrusive monitoring system using AI and high-precision sensors

Partnership between SenterCare (Israel) and Nozomi MedAlliance (Japan)

provides a new form of security with cutting-edge technology, and

Supporting independence and home care for the elderly

February 21, 2023 10:00

SenterCare (Tel Aviv, Israel) and Nozomi MedAlliance Co., Ltd. (Minato-ku, Tokyo) have signed a strategic partnership agreement to introduce SenterCare's advanced home-based aging technology to Japan. Announced. Nearly 30% of the population in Japan is over 65 years old, and the majority of the population is women. By 2036, people aged 65 and over will account for one-third of the population. [1]This super-aging society is a major issue for Japan's medical system, and there is a need for technology that enables the elderly to continue to live at home as before. A shrinking workforce also means fewer people to care for the elderly. Israel-based SenterCare has developed a system that allows people to continue their old age safely and comfortably at home. The company's comprehensive and adaptive AI-powered behavioral monitoring system uses cutting-edge sensor technology and AI software analytics for personalized and accurate monitoring. The system is non-intrusive and does not use any cameras, wearables or microphones. It can distinguish between different individuals within the same home and uses that accurate and rich data to perform analytics and provide valuable and actionable insights.

Shungo Adachi, President and CEO of Nozomi MedAlliance, said, "SenterCare's technology solves the privacy and usability issues of home monitoring systems, allowing the elderly to live in their own homes with peace of mind. /p>

I think it can be a comprehensive next-generation solution for living. "Partnering with Nozomi enables SenterCare to enter a market that desperately needs technological solutions for a safe aging society. We believe we can provide systems with the answers to provide the best possible care for older adults in a safe and secure manner."[1] thinktank/en/document/EPRS_BRI(2020)659419

About SenterCare

SenterCare is a privately held company based in Israel that uses sensing and AI technologies to help people safely retire at home. purpose. SenterCare is a company founded by Trendlines Innovation Labs in partnership with Natali, a leading home health and care provider.

SenterCare is made by The Trendlines Group, Ltd (SGX:42T; OTCQX:TRNLY) and Agriline Trust, of which Vincent Tchenguiz is a discretionary beneficiary. Received seed funding.


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