What happens when I fall in the dark?
The Nobi lamps are equipped with infrared LEDs and can detect a fall (or burglary) even in complete darkness.
When does Nobi open the door?
In the event of a fall, Nobi will notify your trusted contacts. These contacts are sent a link that allows them to unlock the door for the next four hours. They can also do this remotely so that help be let in.
Can help be provided quickly if my family or the nursing staff are unavailable?
If none of your trusted contacts reacts immediately, Nobi sends a warning to a control room, and help will be sent promptly.
How does Nobi guarantee my privacy?
What Nobi detects isn’t sent to the cloud – unless it involves a fall. Nobi is fitted with a powerful processor that allows the lamp to analyse images. Only images that indicate a possible fall are passed on to assigned contacts. Permission to share images in case of emergency is granted by the resident. The resident also chooses who has access to their information.
What happens to all the information Nobi collects?
All the information recorded by Nobi is securely stored in our cloud, where it remains the resident’s property. Nobi uses the data to learn patterns, so it can raise the alarm when those patterns start to differ. It’s important to know that images are not saved. Nobi focuses on patterns, so it can use them to formulate algorithms. Sleep patterns are a good example.