Kami Vision Unveils World’s First Fall Detection and Assistance System with AI to Help 54 Million American Seniors Age news
SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–November-7, 2022–
On the heels of its successful general availability launch kamicareAn artificial intelligence (AI) fall management solution for senior living communities, we are vision has announced Fall Detect by Kamikare, the world’s first AI fall detection and assistance system available at home that doesn’t require a wearable or pull alarm. Fall Detect by CamiCare, part of we are visionA computer vision company that provides AI solutions to enterprises, SMBs and consumers, Vision helps detect and prevent senior fall risk using affordable AI, two-way audio, private verification of incidents and more.
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Fall Detect by Kamikare helps detect and prevent senior fall risk using vision AI, private verification of incidents, two-way audio and more. At-home arrangements help seniors stay in their homes for as long as possible and empower caregivers to act quickly when an incident occurs. (Photo: Business Wire)
There are 54 million seniors in the US over the age of 65 and falls are the number one risk for this age group. With most falls being unintentional—and one in five falls resulting in serious injury—the Fall Detect at-home system is a game-changer. it uses Award-winning edge-based vision AI technology And a team of qualified experts to identify and confirm it within 90 seconds and 99% accuracy. Fall Detect by CamiCare reduces the risk of falls by up to 60%, prevents unnecessary and costly hospitalizations by up to 80% and empowers caregivers to act quickly and prevent future incidents.
“More than 75% of adults 50 and older want to stay in their homes for as long as possible. They report feeling safer and more secure in the comfort of their own home. At the same time, their families want extra layers of protection in case the risk falls,” said Yameen Durrani, CEO, Kami Vision. “Fall Detect is an integral service to protecting seniors and providing greater autonomy. We are empowering the age-old movement, helping to improve the health and safety of our loved ones while respecting their privacy Through this we are supporting caregivers who are often part of the sandwich generation who take care of their children, and work full time, taking care of aging parents.
With more than 53 million unpaid caregivers in the US and nearly half suffering from depression, financial burden and burnout, caregivers need support. The issue is projected to be exacerbated by younger generations due to the lack of a paid caregiver as well as a growing elderly population.
Fall Detect by KamiCare supports this critical caregiver community by addressing the number one risk for seniors – falls. The solution supercharges the existing capabilities of superchargers with technology to be “eyes and ears on the ground” even when they are not physically present. Fall Detect enables more effective and efficient care, which means caregivers have peace of mind knowing that their loved ones are safe.
Fall Detect by KamiCare subscription includes multiple sensors that enable family members, friends or caregivers to be immediately alerted when a fall is detected, mobilizing teams to coordinate care. Through a combination of advanced AI and human verification, Fall Detect promises 99% accuracy and no false alarms, reducing notification fatigue for caregivers and family members.
Additionally, Fall Detect identifies “intentional lowering”—a major precursor and warning sign of a dangerous fall—that often accompanies activities such as putting on slippers or lifting an object off the floor. And the technology can uncover potential issues, including obstacles in the way of walking, to complement a fall intervention plan. That way, caregivers can detect falls before they occur and implement changes to prevent them such as physical therapy, medication adjustments or reducing beds.
Pricing and Availability
KamiCare’s home-based fall detection and assistance system is $49.99 per month that includes subscription, real-time alerts, live views, two-way communication, and more. Notifications are sent directly to authorized users’ phones via mobile app notification, SMS, email and/or phone call. The system is easy to set up, runs on an existing WiFi network, requires less bandwidth due to edge AI processing and is secure and secure at the bank level.
For more information about Fall Detect by CamiCare, visit www.kamihome.com/fall-detect,
About Kami Vision
Kami Vision is an artificial intelligence (AI) services company focused on security and security solutions that improve the quality of life of people around the world. Kami’s Open AI Platform enables easy implementation and scaling of affordable, highly accurate Edge AI software solutions for a range of use cases and industries. Kami Vision solutions include KamiCare, a fall management solution for memory care and senior living communities, and Kami IoT solutions for resellers of camera-based smart home products. Kami Vision software powers 15 million devices, serves 6 million active users in 120 countries and holds over 100 patents. The company was founded in 2020 and is headquartered in San Jose, California, USA with offices in Shanghai, China, Bangalore, India and Philippines. It has grown 350% since its launch and has raised $10M from East West Bank. visit for more information www.kamivision.com more follow linkedin,
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