The pressure on nursing staff is increasing. Nobi doesn’t just stand for better resident or patient care in professional environments such as residential care homes. Our lamp also helps relieve the strain on nursing staff by taking over time-consuming, repetitive tasks. This way, the focus can be reverted to what should be at the heart of elderly care: the warmth of human connections.
Nobi stands for fall detection and fall prevention. It ensures caregivers are alerted when a resident falls so they can immediately provide help or assistance. A comprehensive dashboard shows the status per room. It can easily be paired with the alarm systems already available in residential care homes and hospitals. The state-of-the-art lamps also work with smart devices, such as blood pressure meters and scales, so additional parameters can automatically be added to the patient’s or resident’s medical file. Nobi ensures that busy caregivers find the time to become warm contacts.
Nobi is alert both day and night without having to be activated.
A regular lamp with state-of-the-art technology that lights up any room.
Images of a fall will only be shared with family members or caregivers if explicit permission was granted in advance.
Nobi replaces the existing ceiling lamp, so additional cabling is unnecessary. To install Nobi, you only need electricity and a working WiFi connection.
When a resident sits up in bed, Nobi gently turns on the light so they don’t become disorientated. When they get out of bed, Nobi switches on the light. Nobi’s dashboard also notifies the nursing staff when a resident gets out of bed so they can provide help or assistance if necessary. This is how Nobi helps prevent falls at night.
Nobi can be linked to the medical file of each resident. This allows Nobi to automatically add parameters such as blood pressure, body temperature and weight. It also saves the nursing staff a lot of time. Nobi can also produce sleep reports.
My number 1 favourite product from CES2021 is the Nobi smart lamp. It has all the smart lamp features but most important: it can save your live
This is probably the most innovative health-cum-productivity tech to be launched at the CES 2021.
Digital Trends lists Nobi in the top 15 coolest things at CES 2021
Nobi winner of the CES 2021 Editor’s Choice Awards
Nobi stands out from the pack, not so much because of any flashy features, but rather a kind of practicality it brings to the table. Created by a Belgian startup of the same name, the ceiling-mounted smart light features motion sensors and infrared detection.