Your extra sense

Information from fixed and wearable sensors is gathered by our secure platform. MySense then learns behaviour patterns and can quickly identify declining health or immediate care needs.

Wristband Sensor

Wristband Sensor

Measures heart rate for drops or elevations that could indicate stress, illness or other abnormalities.

Door Sensor

Door Sensor

Monitors unusual or even a lack of activity on front doors or fridges that could be signs of mental or physical issues.

Seat Sensor

Seat Sensor

Checks an individual’s physical activity outside normal levels, like prolonged periods spent in a chair.

Plug Sensor

Plug Sensor

Shows usage of a kettle, TV or other electrical devices that could flag unusual behaviour patterns.

Tap Sensor

Tap Sensor

Highlights changes to an individual’s water consumption that could point to dehydration.

Toilet Sensor

Toilet Sensor

Enables a carer to compassionately raise issues that an individual may find too sensitive to share.

Shower Sensor

Shower Sensor

Marks decreases in personal hygiene that could be a sign of mental decline or depression.

Bed Sensor

Bed Sensor

Situated under the mattress to measure prolonged periods lying in bed or erratic movement during sleep.

Secure data analysis

MySense runs machine-learning algorithms against the data that constantly search for patterns and anomalies. Indicators of concern or patterns of behaviour auto-update the individual’s status.

We’re There.

Alerts notify the individual via a MySense Home Hub or, if the situation is more serious, a relevant responder via text message or the MySense app.

Family and friends can also view their loved one’s wellbeing status in the app while care organisations can trust in a simple-to-use dashboard.

Stage 1

Stage 1

A check in on the customer via the Home App

Stage 2

Stage 2

A check in on the customer via a phone call

Stage 3

Stage 3

A visit to the customer

Stage 4

Stage 4

Emergency response