Eevi.Life, a leading provider of retirement village and home care monitoring solutions in Australia, has bought the intellectual property in one of the most advanced medical alarm devices.
The acquisition from New Zealand firm, Jupl, the providers of Jupl Care Monitoring Gateway, positions Eevi as a leader of “Technology Infrastructure in the Home”.
Operating an open API-driven cloud based platform, Eevi seeks to integrate with existing ICT frameworks of retirement village, home care and high care service providers enabling access to vital data for analytics.
“This changes the landscape. With control over the platform, the hardware and the firmware we’re better positioned to work directly with operators to solve their problems and pain points. Eevi is now uniquely positioned in the Australian market,” said David Waldie, Eevi.Life Managing Director (pictured at the Leaders Summit 2021).
Within the Royal Commission into Aged Care recommendations accepted by the Federal Government is a call for government funding for pre-certified assistive technologies and smart technology in the home to support care and functional needs of seniors, help manage their safety and contribute to their quality of life.