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SenterCare

Enabling the elderly to age safely and in better health in the convenience of their own home

 
 

The Aging-In-Place Gap

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The world is aging
 

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By 2040: Over 20% of US population will be 65+ (US Census Bureau)

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By 2040: Over 25% of EU population will be 65+

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Most people want to age at home

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90% of 74+ prefer aging at home (source: AARP)

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Home isn’t always safe for the elderly

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Danger
over 25% of 65+ in the US fall yearly

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Depression

In the US: 7% of 65+ suffer from depression (WHO)

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Health
40% of 65+ suffer from multiple chronic diseases

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Deterioration
Unnoticed short or long-term deterioration can lead to acute conditions

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SenterCare Bridges The Gap

By providing a comprehensive AI based behavioral monitoring system that uses cutting edge sensor and software technology.

SenterCare delivers accurate monitoring, trends analysis, and personalized actionable insights regarding customer personal safety, wellness and health condition.

 

Suitable for singles, couples and elders with part-time or live-in caregivers.

SenterCare is a partnership between
Trendlines Innovation Labs and Natali – Technology and Healthcare

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Home

Proprietary developed sensors that uniquely identify each individual

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Cloud

Personalized AI and rule-based behavior analysis

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Caregivers

Actionable insights for customer, family, and healthcare service provider

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Case studies

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Smiling Man

Meet Daniel

  • 80 years old, male, independent, lives alone

  • Bed sensors indicate that Daniel got out of bed at 2AM but did not leave the bedroom

  • Call Center is alerted

  • After failing to reach him by phone the Call Center dispatches an ambulance to Daniel’s home immediately

Immediate
Daniel was found lying on the bedroom floor and taken to the hospital for treatment.

Meet Anna

  • 89 years old, female, has a part time caregiver

  • Toilet sensors indicate that she has used the bathroom 3 times more than an average night

  • Anna got out of bed an hour later than usual today

  • Kitchen sensors indicate that the refrigerator was hardly opened

  • Call Center representative calls Anna which says she is indeed not feeling very well

Short Term
A doctor is sent to Anna's home and prescribes her appropriate medication

Meet Elana

  • 78 years old, female,
    independent,lives with unhealthy partner

  • Elena s activity level went down over a period of 2 months:

  • Sleep hours increase, day and night

  • Sofa usage increased by 20%

  • Family members speak to Elena and hear from her that she is a bit down lately

Long Term
Elena and family along with healthcare provider build new activity plan

 

Team

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Ronny Sthoeger
CEO

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Nathaniel Wagner PhD
Algorithms Lead

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Tommy Bogdanovich 
QA

Co-Founders and Co-Developers

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Ohad Shaked
Natali Call Centers Manager

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Nimrod Altman
Co-Founder, Board member
CEO, Natali Healthcare Solutions

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Nir Goldenberg
CEO, Trendlines Innovation Labs

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Arnon Hadas
Electrical Engineering Director
Trendlines Innovation Labs

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Kobby Greenberg
Project Management Director Trendlines Innovation Labs

 
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