Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)


danalto Participates in DTIF-Funded Project for Smarthome Solutions

DUBLIN, IRELAND,  FEBRUARY. 16, 2022 – danalto has partnered with Dublin City University’s Centre for eIntegrated Care (CeIC) , the Insight Centre for Data Analytics,  and Davra,  on a project to develop the NEX system, an identity-driven IoT platform for remote and independent living services for elderly adults. Backed by the €500-million-euro Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (DTIF), the NEX Project aims to provide reliable insight into an individual’s Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) to help family members and carers understand behavioral trends  and when external support may be  needed.  This is currently a growing capability gap within the Healthcare sector as more elders opt and need to live independently, and remote monitoring could be largely beneficial for detecting deviations from normal living patterns and informing early proactive interventions. 

To enable the NEX monitoring solution, danalto has expanded its core existing Cardinal™ platform to include positioning intelligence that is operational indoors and at an economic level that would make it feasible to be adopted by every household. Leveraging the latest multi-space (indoor and out) silicon technologies – particularly those best suited for short-range use ideal for in-home environments – this project plays into danalto’s greater roadmap for positioning itelligence services. Live trial testing of this solution with participating seniors will begin in the first quarter of 2022, and are being conducted in conjunction with Smarthome IoT and cloud services providers.  

Danalto will be attending Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, from February 28 through March 3. To arrange a meeting at this event, please fill out our contact form, here, or email to coordinate.

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