HUM Systems now offers efficient support for overworked caregivers with Livy Care. With its new care application Livy Care, the Berlin-based startup HUM Systems offers a digital assistance system and aims to effectively counteract the increasing shortage of skilled nursing staff.
Livy Care - the digital caregiver in every room at the same time
For this purpose, the Smart Living Station Livy Alive has been further developed to detect accidents in the client's rooms at an early stage with a high probability and to alert nursing staff, especially at night. In the event of anomalies in the sensor data, the system automatically notifies staff via an app and can thus better coordinate the care of clients. In addition, the station integrates a nightlight for fall prevention and has an
optional video transmission to check on the seriousness of the situation remotely. Livy's unique selling points are its all-in-one functionality, ease of installation and passive detection, which eliminates the need for individuals to wear wearables on their bodies or push buttons.
"Every person in need of care wants to be cared for with dignity and wants to be able to be sure that they will be helped quickly in an emergency situation. The shortage of skilled workers in Germany hinders this and has for years led to a sometimes catastrophic underprovision of care for clients," explains CEO and founder Reza Humanfar. "With the Livy Care application and the precise sensor technology of our Smart Living Station, we can digitally support caregivers.
reach out. In this way, we achieve optimal support for care facilities and their special requirements for safety in care. Livy Care is thus a kind of digital caregiver that enables qualitative monitoring in every room."
With its smart products Livy Protect and Livy Alive, the Berlin-based company has already been able to inspire thousands of smart home fans. The new functions of the Smart Living Station and Livy Care are now also intended to help care facilities and provide relief and more safety here.
provide. Other functions such as a "call for help detection" and "fall detection" will soon be available and complete the needs of care homes.