The number of elderly citizens aged 65 and above in Singapore, is expected to double from 440,000 in 2015, to 900,000 by 2030.Along with this “Silver Tsunami” is the upward trend of the number of elderly who are living alone.

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First Workshop on IoT-enabled Healthcare and Wellness Technologies and Systems (IoT of Health)

The paradigm of consumer-centric healthcare and wellness solutions is steadily shifting towards the ability to provide healthcare as a service

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Sensor-Enabled Homes and Personalised Care for Senior Singaporeans Living in the HDB

SHINESeniors, or Smart Homes and Intelligent Neighbours to Enable Seniors, is a SMU-initiated effort to make community care services effective

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