People are living more active lives for longer.
How can we help elderly people to live independently, and stay grounded in their local communities, without exposing them to unacceptable risk?
Kraydel helps people maintain their independence for longer, and gives relatives and carers peace of mind.
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BECOME A BETTER CARER
Kraydel is a technological toolkit for caregivers
KRAYDEL PROMOTES INDEPENDENT LIVING
Simple, intuitive technology for anyone who can operate a TV
Sometimes, it’s hard to let go and entrust the care of someone you love to someone — or something — else.
We get that, and that’s why we set out to build something we’d be happy for our own parents to use. Something that’s reliable, secure and above all, easy to use.
Check out our video to see how Kraydel can bring people together and deliver reassurance that all is well.
WHAT IS KRAYDEL?
Peace of mind in a box
Kraydel is a small device designed specifically for people who may not be familiar or comfortable with technology. The smart device sits on top of the TV, linking elderly people to their carers or family members, through their TV screens.
Designed to be an unobtrusive addition to elderly people’s lives, Kraydel helps them live independently, whilst giving carers a quick heads-up when there’s a marked change in daily routines.
EASY TO USE
Users can easily stay in touch with friends, family, carers and even health professionals through their TVs, with the help of Kraydel's intuitive, large-buttoned remote control.
WHERE CAN I GET KRAYDEL?
Release is scheduled for 2019
WHO'S IT FOR?
Anyone who wants to stay independent for longer
No matter what stage of life you’re at, resilience is determined by three key factors: having something to look forward to (optimism), having an interest or hobby (enthusiasm) and having connections (sociability).
Kraydel can help older people achieve all three.
For elderly people living at home
Continue to live independently in the home you love, safe in the knowledge that you’re being looked after, and help is at hand should you need it.
For loving relatives
Empower your elderly relative to live safely, comfortably, and happily in their own home, and be notified promptly if anything seems amiss.
For professional care providers
Provide scalable and cost-effective care, manage risk, and deliver an outstanding service to your clients.
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Frequently Asked Questions
We’re starting beta trials soon and expect Kraydel to be available to buy during 2019.
Kraydel has three main parts:
- Remote control and
The hub sits on top of the TV and plugs into the back, using it as the display.
The hub is controlled by an easy-to-use remote control.
The portal is a web app that can be accessed by carers.
The Kraydel hub is aimed at elderly users, however it could be used by anyone.
Kraydel allows video calls using the hub and the portal.
This means that you can see and speak to someone without having to travel to visit them.
This could be to routinely check how they are or to get back in touch with someone you haven’t seen for years – all while you sit at home in your living room.
Kraydel contains several sensors monitoring the wellbeing of the person in care.
The information from these sensors is available upon logging in to the portal.
The system analyses the information from the sensors and when something isn't quite right, it notifies you.
We designed the remote control alongside user groups to make Kraydel intuitive and easy to use.
Each option on the TV screen is a YES or NO question, corresponding to the green and red buttons on the remote control.
The orange button is for going back, the yellow button is a panic button, and the small black button is for carer mode.
Kraydel has been designed to the highest standards of security.
We encrypt data in transit and store it securely.
KRAYDEL HELPS OLDER PEOPLE STAY AT HOME AND STAY CONNECTED
With friends, family and the local community
No technology can be a substitute for meeting up face to face, of course. All it means is that when you do get together, you can make the most of those precious moments by having fun and making memories.
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