Advanced monitoring and our streamlined app lets you keep track of your loved one's physical activity from anywhere
Our goal is to help keep your loved ones as independent and comfortable as possible within their own home. Set up our device wherever your loved one spends most of their time and be reassured through our easy-to-use interface that they are doing okay. Meanwhile, customizable alerts can notify you when something seems abnormal such as a changes in routines or movement patterns.
AMS is adaptive and customizable
Keep those you love comfortable at home while letting our technology reassure you that they are safe
Many older adults would prefer to stay in their own homes and we’re here to help make that possible. AMS not only helps family members feel more at ease with the decision to let aging parents or loved ones remain at home, but helps monitor their health and wellbeing over time. With historical information and notifications around movement (such as falls or not moving frequently enough) families can continue to make the best health decisions for their family members.
Some individuals may live alone with physical and/or mental disabilities. Setting up AMS in their home can provide you the reassurance you need about your loved one’s mobility and safety. Whether they are wheelchair bound or they have trouble remembering things … our system can help.
Other Use Cases
AMS is an incredible tool for monitoring general health and wellbeing. Keep an eye on your own health patterns, maintain peace of mind that aging family members who live alone or far away are doing well, or ensure the safety of your kids when you can’t be at home.
How Atlas5D is helping aging adults
Jim & Jane’s Story
Jane lives four hours from her father, Jim. A few years ago, Jane downsized her father into a townhouse after her mother passed away. Overall, Jim has good health, but he is in his eighties and recently punctured his lung on a hike with some friends, so Jane is worried about his mobility.
The two talk once a week, though with a full-time job and family responsibilities sometimes two weeks can lapse between phone calls. Sometimes Jim loses his phone and Jane can only reach him by email so together they set up AMS in Jim's home to monitor him when she can't be there.