Big data is transforming how we live and the potential benefit within residential aged care is growing exponentially. According to KPMG, more than 30 billion connected devices worldwide will be…
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Read on to find out how advancements in aged care technology can help your facility and its residents be the best they can be.
By 2020, your staff could be using augmented reality glasses to assess residents, while advanced thermostats adjust room temperature based on who’s in the room.
While falling represents a serious risk in aged care management in Australia, new technology made possible by the IoT is offering solutions.
Telehealth can provide more autonomy to elderly Australians and aged care providers in remote areas, a priority with proposed changes to aged care funding.
By increasing patient autonomy, intelligent virtual assistants will have a number of benefits for aged care providers in Australia.
The IoT is a new, powerful trend, and it’s time aged care providers start to think about how it could prove useful to operations.
3D printing is commonly associated with design and product development, but the technology is proving to have nearly limitless applications.