We want to improve our operating efficiency at night when there are few people on hand.
- We have trouble searching for wandering care recipients.
- We want to be able to respond to calls even when we are not in the Nursing Care Station.
- We want to respond safely at night when there is nobody at reception.
Smooth Monitoring - Linked Network Camera and External Sensor
Door and doormat sensors are connected to a PBX, with images of detected activity displayed on a PC via a network camera to allow staff to verify the location.
External Sensor / Network Camera / Communication Assistant
When care recipients go wandering around, door mat sensors react to their movements and display an image on my PC screen. If I then click on the image I can operate the Network cameras to follow the wandering care recipient and locate them quickly. Furthermore, the setting of multiple cameras allows us see every location, meaning that care workers can be suitably assigned to handle any situation.
Prepare for Emergencies - Sensor Call to Wireless Terminals
Wireless terminals react to sensors and display the name of the location on their LCD display.
External Sensor / Wireless
In an emergency, my wireless terminal can receive a text notification displaying the name of the location of any incident, so even when I am not at the Nursing Care Station I can respond directly to any location. What's more, while I am at the problem location I can receive notifications of other incidents without the need to return to the station. Staff are really happy with this improved efficiency.
Safe at Night Too - Doorphone Integration with Network Camera
If night time visitors press the Doorphone button, their image is displayed on a PC screen. After verifying the visitor, you can answer and unlock the door using the proprietary telephone.
Network Camera / Door Opener / Communication Assistant
Since there are few people on hand at night, we used to have to go to reception to verify visitors. Now we can see the visitor's image on our desktop PC display and answer appropriately. This is not only safer but more efficient. We are surprised at how easily we are able to see visitors' faces even with just a little light from the camera at night.