A New Remote Health-Care System Based on Moving Robot Intended for the Elderly at Home

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Nowadays, due to the growing need for remote care and the constantly increasing popularity of mobile devices, a large amount of mobile applications for remote care support has been developed. Although mobile phones are very suitable for young people, there are still many problems related to remote health care of the elderly. Due to hearing loss or limited movements, it is difficult for the elderly to contact their families or doctors via real-time video call. In this paper, we introduce a new remote health-care system based on moving robots intended for the elderly at home. Since the proposed system is an online system, the elderly can contact their families and doctors quickly anytime and anywhere. Besides call, our system involves the accurate indoor object detection algorithms and automatic health data collection, which are not included in existing remote care systems. Therefore, the proposed system solves some challenging problems related to the elderly care. The experiment has shown that the proposed care system achieves excellent performance and provides good user experience.




Zhou, B., Wu, K., Lv, P., Wang, J., Chen, G., Ji, B., & Liu, S. (2018). A New Remote Health-Care System Based on Moving Robot Intended for the Elderly at Home. Journal of Healthcare Engineering, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/4949863

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