Domalys is a French company we discovered at CES 2019 that develops technologies to help the elderly with everyday life. In particular, the company created its Aladin smart lamp that monitors an elderly person while they’re at home, detects abnormal patterns in activity, and aims to prevent falls and other common injuries.
The device lights up at night if it detects activity to automatically illuminate a room, as poor lighting is one of the most common reasons for falls inside one’s home. The device also recognizes that a person, for example, has begun taking frequent bathroom breaks at night and gives warnings to the individual and caretakers of such patterns.
Finally, the device is actually able to detect falls and can send out alerts to family and caretakers, depending on the setup.
Here’s our quick conversation with the company rep:
Here’s a promo video for the Aladin lamp:
Link: Domalys homepage…