Connected Independence (2019)

By Kevin Alcox & Thomas Priore, iEldra

This paper discusses how connectivity, IoT devices, and AI can address a growing worldwide problem: caring for our elders. By connecting the latest IoT technology and remote caregivers, aging in place or aging in place longer becomes a viable option for any older adult or loved one that has access to a broadband network.

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