Airlines safety improves through automobile solutions

The de Havilland Comet, the world’s first commercial jet airliner, was launched in 1952. Tragically, within a year of its entry into service, the aircraft experienced a series of highly publicized accidents, with three Comets lost due to catastrophic mid-flight mishaps, resulting in significant loss of life. The Comet’s engineering

Simple alerting for elderly care

Bluguard, a Malaysian company, offers an Elderly Care solution that consists of a set of devices designed to enhance the safety and well-being of elderly individuals living alone or with caregivers. The product includes a motion sensor, a fall sensor, and a panic button that can be worn around the

AI based wound management

Tetsuyu Care is a healthcare company that focuses on providing home-based care for patients with chronic illnesses or disabilities. One of their innovative programs is the “Care 4 Wounds” program, which aims to improve wound care management for patients. The program utilizes a mobile app that allows caregivers to monitor

Smart use of fall detection technology in aged care

Not everyone is same. Customer segmentation as a concept doesn’t go away when you age. Elders too have preferences and there is a market to service their diverse needs. Aged care homes have been experimenting with different concepts for making aged cares safe, engaging and comforting. Tigerplace is a industry

Japan Post’s Mimamori service to elderly

As the global population of elderly (65+) increases, the challenges to keep them safe, healthy, engaged and contented is an area of focus for several countries. Japan has one of the highest percentage of elderly people and the rate seems to be increasing every year. Japan has introduced several innovative

Canary from coal mine to software testing

Canary release is a technique to reduce the risk of introducing a new software version in production by slowly rolling out the change to a small subset of users before rolling it out to the entire infrastructure and making it available to everybody. Canary testing is recommended as good practice

Dial before you dig

Dial before you dig (DBYD) is mostly free public service provided by many utilities or consortium of utilities (power, water, gas, telcos) to provide clear advice on the assets that might be impacted when someone wants to dig. This service helps lot of contractors, home owners, service providers to assess