Nobi to Demo Lamp for Fall Detection at ITU’s AI for Good Global Summit 2024

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Nobi, an AgeTech solutions provider, will participate in the AI for Good Global Summit 2024, taking place in Geneva, Switzerland on May 30-31. The summit, organized by The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in collaboration with 40 U.N. sister agencies, aims to facilitate the identification and scaling of AI applications that can help achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

At the summit, Nobi will present its AI-powered Smart Lamp, a product aimed at improving elder care. The lamp has gained recognition after securing a runner-up position in the AI for Good Innovation Factory’s start-up competition, leading to an invitation to the summit. The company believes that its technology can significantly contribute to three areas outlined in the U.N.’s goals: social care, health, and technology innovation.

The AI for Good Global Summit will feature over 80 demonstrations showcasing the potential applications of AI across various sectors, with a significant emphasis on healthcare. AI technologies in healthcare aim to enhance patient care by making it more personalized, efficient, and accessible.

Nobi’s Smart Lamp focuses on fall detection and prevention for the elderly, a critical issue given that approximately one-third of people aged 65 and over experience falls annually. Rapid assistance in such cases is vital, and the lamp is designed to provide it, thereby supporting older adults’ safety and aiding caregivers in residential and hospital settings. By automating certain tasks, the lamp allows care workers to engage in more meaningful personal interactions with residents and patients.

For more information, please visit Nobi’s website here.

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