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2024 UPDATE: Market Overview Technology for Aging Now Available

Refresh required.  Each year, the Technology for Aging Market Overview is revised in January of the new year.  This year, that revision is being published right after CES 2024, which featured multiple offerings of possible utility to older adults, especially those with physical limitations.  The purpose of the document, however, is to aggregate and review trends from 2023 that shape 2024, technology changes that matter, and offer, by category, a sampling of products, services, and sites of relevance to the older adult market.  As such, the report is intended for those businesses (for-profit, non-profit) and services that want and need to serve the older adult segment.

Ten Technologies for Aging and Health from CES 2024

The press releases signal a busy time in Las Vegas.  Viewed from afar, drowning in press releases, it is clearly a nearly fully revived CES 2024. With 130,000 attendees it’s down a bit from 2020’s peak of 175,000. From electric motorcycles and low-profile automobile antennas, the unfolding TV to robotic pool cleaners and lawn mowers and construction, it sounds like it was a noisy place. Some folks think this is a consumer show, but that was the long-ago Consumer Electronics Show. So many entrants in the AgeTech, accessibility and health categories seek visibility and possible global reach.

Five technologies for older adults -- 2023 wrap-up (2 of 2)

The pace of innovation in tech for older adults accelerated in 2023.  New product announcements, incubators/accelerators, government grants (see NIA) seem to be multiplying. Companies emerged or announced updates addressing dementia care. The concept of an AI Caregiver to augment limited staffing took on new significance as the crisis in care work worsened throughout the year. Senior living organizations showed signs of accelerating tech adoption, particularly in areas of AI for remote monitoring and safety. The time is right for engaging with an AI-powered avatar for health advice, including assisting with fall prevention. Here are five more from 2023, all text from the company websites. More to come after CES 2024 begins:

What’s Next Venture Summit Marks 20th Year as Thought Leaders Chart the Future of the Longevity Economy

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LAFAYETTE, CA, APRIL 18, 2023 – Mary Furlong & Associates (MFA), producer of the longest running conference in the longevity economy, announced its 20th annual What’s Next Longevity Venture Summit on June 14–15.

Cordio Medical HearO™ Voice Signature Technology Demonstrates Superior Standard of Care for Heart Failure Patients

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NEW YORK, Nov. 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Cordio Medical, a market-leading medical speech processing platform, shared key findings in the HearO™Community Study: Remote Speech Analysis of Hospitalized Patients with Acute Decompensated Heart Failure that assessed remote speech analysis through the Cordio HearO™application. 

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