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The Future of Sensors and Older Adults 2022

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Over the next five years and beyond, the care industries will make more effective use of sensor technologies, which will benefit from device compliance with new standards and expansion of Wi-Fi access at home and in senior care. The introduction of ‘Edge computing’ in which device data is analyzed closer to the user.  Older adults will benefit from the ubiquity of voice, AI and camera technology in their home/residence of choice.  The cost of care will be rightsized – matching care capacity and improved wages for workers. And increasingly, insurers and care providers will include the role of sensors in the standard of care.

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