This detecting device adjusts the light level along several pathways if it senses that the room light is too low to prevent falls. It also learns a person’s activity patterns, using artificial intelligence, and alerts the system of any changes that might indicate that a fall is probable. Together these functions account for up to a 75% reduction in falls in residential care settings.
January 2021 marked the first all-virtual CES, yet drew over 3,000 exhibitors and many thousand virtual attendees globally. And the winner is… Notably, the Innovations Award winner in the Health and Wellness “wearables” category is a hearing aid solution called WIDEX MOMENT™, the first developer to utilize artificial intelligence to naturally replicate the sound of the human voice in real time.