TechCrunch reports on a new product designed to track the activity of seniors living on their own. The system, created by Lively, consists of various sensors strategically placed around a home that report movements—such as refrigerator or medicine cabinet doors being opened—to a base station connected to an app. The system aims to let concerned guardians know if individuals are taking their medicine and moving around the house. “This is not ‘Big Brother’ monitoring,” said one of the company’s founders, adding, “Lively’s passive sensing tracks just enough information to interpret meaningful activity that shows how you’re doing without sharing too much.”
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