People outside a house sense the wellbeing of somebody inside - and help them
People live longer independently and save £thousands with reduced care, accommodation and health costs. Self-funders, their families and the State all benefit.
Passive sensor data is aggregated and analysed to create a simple, single, indicator of wellbeing. People respond with a phone call if there is an unexpected drop in wellbeing. It puts the social back into care.
The scale is enormous. For lowest cost, it requires a national infrastructure that is open to all care agencies, suppliers and the general public. It could be used by hundreds of thousands of people and their families. The ambition is to create a Community Interest Company that delivers public good and cannot be taken over by the private sector for pure profit.