Our integrated machine learning platform captures, reconstructs and shares incidents and living activities to provide 24/7 reassurance.
Built on thermal sensing data and integrating 3rd party health & activity data sources, Hestia monitors remotely a growing list of behaviours.
When you can’t be with someone all the time, knowing that they are moving and resting as usual is a reassuring indicator of daily health and mobility.
Being able to monitor deterioration helps put preventative measures in place or add levels of support to maintain independence.
And in the event of falls or unexpected incidents, knowing that alerts will be raised immediately is a significant factor in swift and successful assistance.
The heat data take the form of temperature measurements organised in a matrix. Using Tendertec’s machine learning algorithms, the heat data are translated into care insights that support prevention.
Time Capsule is our state of the art wall-mounted sensor. It captures heat sensing data and sends it to Hestia at home or in care settings. It records temperature, daily movements, rest patterns, and will capture falls.
The resolution of our heat sensors is carefully calibrated to ensure that privacy is preserved and respected. Short visual reconstructions are triggered by incidents alerts and only made available to verified carers or family members registered on Hestia.
Self install sensor to wall
Connect to a standard power socket
Download Hestia and configure devices
Receive alerts and activity indicators
When combined with our Time Capsule sensor, carers or family members can reconstruct and verify incidents such as falls to understand when and how they happened. False alarms can be eliminated, and the insights can prevent future incidents.
The Hestia app monitors body temperature trends and daily living activities to add context to the incidents captured. It can also be connected to other digital devices such as scales, blood pressure monitors, fitness trackers and more.
What happened & How?
> Reconstruct incidents to understand how to prevent them
What happened after & what’s the response?
> Connect and coordinate with circle of care
> Review response times
What preceded an incident ?
> Signs of fever or hypothermia?
> Service user mobile or sedentary?
> Signs of sleep problems?
Is there a Pattern & can we prevent it?
> Are there issues not disclosed or previously aware?
> Change care processes or room layout?
> Learn to identify early symptoms of exacerbation
daily living activities
Our multi-user dashboard designed for care service and care home providers that monitor and manage communities of people with support needs.