The future of independent living

  • Connect
  • Protect
  • Live

We empower people to live independently, safely and happily within their home.

Using discreet technology to monitor the patterns and behaviours of daily life, we give people and those involved in their care, the confidence to remain content and self-sufficient within their homes, regardless of their abilities, age or condition.

Our platform monitors activities, learns and analyses behaviours to inform the carer of a person’s status and patterns.

This form of discreet technology enabled care, prevents conditions from becoming serious, reduces the number of hospital admissions, and improves the quality of life of those being monitored, helping them to remain safe and content in their homes for longer.


Choose the best devices and sensors to suit your requirements.


Use the data insights to support preventative care, identifying patterns and behaviours as a result of a change in condition before they become acute.


Independence, protection and freedom for those that need it.

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What if?

What if we could positively impact and extend the lives of millions of people?
What if people could get the help they need before they knew they needed it?
And what if we could dramatically relieve the pressures on the healthcare system?

Our discreet technology can replace the missing resources within the healthcare system and give people the confidence they need to remain happy and secure at home.

The power of independence

My job is to protect you and your parents or grandparents from the fear of having to sell your home to pay for the costs of care.
Boris Johnson 24 July 2019
Prioritising access to assistive tech and promoting independent living at home are key for social care reform.
Adult Social Care Report July 2020
Half of all homeowners are now not confident that they will have enough money to fund their own care, even if they sell their property, according to YouGov.
Better management of people with long-term conditions has been a key priority of the NHS since the early 1990s. At that time it was recognised that if people with long-term conditions were managed effectively in the community, they should remain relatively stable and enjoy a quality of life free from frequent crises or observed increases in hospital visits.
Managing people with long-
term conditions Inquiry

Seed innovation community

The seed innovation community is a collection of like-minded peers from organisations such as Local Authorities, Housing Associations, NHS Community care etc. who collaborate to develop the data, insights and analysis of technology enabled care solutions to secure the future of independent living.


Our purpose is to

  • To build an engaged community of professionals to support the development of technology to aid independent living.
  • To harness a peer group of advocates interested in building and developing data and insights to support preventative care.
  • To increase the accessibility of technology enabled care and ensure that it’s available to all those that need it.

Work with us

Do you want to make a difference in the world? Do you want to use your skills to positively impact the lives of millions of people around the world?

We want high-performing, self-motivated, purpose-driven colleagues to work with.

We are looking for forward-thinking, creative and smart self- starters to join our rapidly growing health tech business across our development, sales and marketing teams.

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