MarketWatch, May 4, 2021. Caspar.AI uses the whole home as a sensor – already existing elements like sensors on switches and appliances. From automated control of lights, shades and temperature to more complex tasks such as fall detection, the Caspar system works without cameras and without “wearables” such as resident pendants.
CFO’S AGREE ON THE NEED TO BUDGET FOR TECHNOLOGY
At the recent Ziegler LeadingAge CFO Workshop, nearly 200 individuals attended a breakout session on making smart technology investments and strategic technology adoption. Eight percent of attendees noted an increase in technology spending over the past year. They forecast a continuing increase in the importance of technology in the senior living space.
In its coverage of the workshop, Ziegler stated: “Organizations need to strategically commit to making smart investments and align the goals of the organization with the technology tools and solutions available.”
Caspar.AI supports this direction. By 2030 the increasing number of older people combined with a decrease in the number of potential caregivers will create a service crisis in senior living. The obvious answer to bridge the growing gap is technology. Caspar.AI creates products that increase resident comfort, add management capabilities, and includes resident families in what Caspar calls Human Centered Technology.
Based on seven patents, Caspar.AI apartments can sense and learn from residents without intrusive cameras and without “wearables” such as pendants. An apartment learns the lighting and temperature preferences of residents; Caspar.AI can notify managers of a resident fall or even a water leak. Human Centered Technology from Caspar.AI – the technology tools and solutions you need are now available.