AbiSensor will notify you on your smartphone if your older loved one may have had a fall.
An example of the AbiSensor routine for day time
Mum normally starts her day at 8am, goes out for lunch at 12pm and gets to bed by 10pm. This routine has been set in the app.
Everything is fine
Mum woke up after 7am and has been moving about since then.
Everything is fine
There was no movement between 12pm and 1pm as Mum had gone out for lunch.
The AbiSensor did not sense any motion when Mum should be moving about. Time to check if she’s okay.
An example of the AbiSensor routine for night time
Dad goes to bed at 9pm. He hasn’t been well lately, so we placed an AbiSensor in his bedroom to make sure he is okay at night.
A good nights rest
Dad is moving normally in his sleep, only 4-8 movements each hour.
Dad has not moved for an hour by 1am. Time to check if he's okay.
Time to check in!
Dad's movement levels while he sleeps are unusually high, he might be unwell.
Key features of AbiSensor
AbiSensor lets you know if Mum or Dad may have had a fall. It's a new way for them to retain their independence.
AbiBird solutions use the NB-IoT cellular network for their coverage
AbiSensor works wherever there is 4G mobile coverage. This includes all cities and most regional and rural areas.
You can place the AbiSensor unobtrusively throughout the house.
Is Mum up and about?
For movement between rooms.
Falls are common here.
Slippery floors are a hazard.
The AbiBird app on your smartphone displays the activity in Mum or Dad’s home as hourly dots on a graph. The line moves up and down each hour indicating how active they are. A quick glance at the graph will help determine the state of play in Dad’s home. Is Dad up and about? If no activity and a straight line – why?
- If activity stops or differs from Dad’s routine, AbiSensor sends an alert.
- Mum can also tap the AbiSensor if she needs help. This will send an immediate alert to your smartphone.