The AI technology used by IvedaCare will give caregivers bot-enabled ambient fall detection, monitoring of medication adherence, and capabilities for location monitoring in real-time
US-based Iveda has introduced a new cloud-based artificial intelligence (AI)-assistant called IvedaCare for effective care of people, places, and things.
The technology company is said to have designed the at-home AI caregiver service for safety, security, and elderly care.
According to Iveda, the patented AI-driven software in the assistant adapts to the lifestyle preferences of users to make informed decisions about health and security. It also reduces false alarms and provides peace of mind to caregivers, claimed the company.
The AI technology used by IvedaCare will give caregivers bot-enabled ambient fall detection, monitoring of medication adherence, and capabilities for real-time location monitoring. All the features can be accessed using a mobile app, which is said to provide real-time health condition updates and alerts.
Iveda founder and CEO David Ly said: “While it’s not possible for anyone to be everywhere at all times, that’s exactly what being a caregiver often requires––and a reality that IvedaCare’s technology gets us one step closer to.
“As an organisation continuously innovating on AI and Smart City technology, Iveda is pleased to share these capabilities with a broader audience, and in a way that truly adds value to users’ immediate daily lives.
“IvedaCare combines the power of IoT sensors and AI to provide comfort and peace of mind to a major demographic in need.”
Iveda said that the cloud-based wireless sensors of IvedaCare gather real-time data, which are intended to be used for medical facilities, homes, and neighbourhoods. This gives users access to manage through the system’s AI-driven, decision-making software.
The IvedaCare app notifies users instantly when dangerous conditions arise. The app also connects professional caregivers and families in real-time, thereby enabling more effective care for the expanding elder population, Iveda added.