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MobileHelp Gives Anyone a Connected Home Monitoring Safety System

MobileHelp-ProductsMobileHelp.com’s base station home monitoring system has been around for a while now. This personal emergency response system allows primarily senior citizens to get help when they have a personal emergency.

There’s a mobile wearable component that allows the individual to leave the home and travel about and a home base station that keeps track of the person at home. The wearable component includes an automatic fall detection sensor as well as a panic button that allows the individual to press for alert in an emergency situation other than a fall.

That would be a lot of functionality all by itself certainly. The team at MobileHelp have now added low energy Bluetooth capability to allow the base station and cloud software to communicate with other medical devices like electronic blood pressure cuffs, blood sugar glucometers, bathroom scales and more. Check out the whole system at MobileHelp.com.

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Mobile Help Monitored Pendant System

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Robert Flippo of Mobile Help joined the TPN CES Live broadcast. Mobile Health is a remote help system to help elderly. Using cellular technology, these devices are a simple button press to get help.

This year, Mobile Help launched the automatic fall detection pendant. This device detects if you have fallen and contact EMTs. The information can also be monitored and recorded so you can review later – especially the GPS data location – for review of how active the person is.

Since the pendant is monitored, they will send a new one when the battery is low.

A complete system is $40 a month for the system (which can be shared by more than one). For more information, check out mobilehelp.com


Interview by Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine and Daniel J. Lewis of The Audacity to Podcast