CANADIAN SMART SYSTEMS PROVIDES A
SMART INDEPENDENT LIVING LIFESTYLE
“Smart home devices add life to independent living”
In Canada, the percentage of individuals over the age of 65 is expected to increase, from 14% in 2010 to 23% in 2031. However, current housing is not meeting the needs of some seniors and people with disabilities. Homes, either single or multi-tenant
Canadian Smart Systems strives to pursue a long-term cooperation with the family to provide Smart Home solutions and services that go beyond our customers’ expectations. The Senior Lifestyle application will allow elderly people to stay at home for 5 to 10 years longer, which means huge savings for families as well as for the governments on investments in nursing homes.
CSS wants to offer its customers and their family the highest possible quality of life and contribute to a harmonious community. By taking advantage of information technology and cloud services, we increase the efficiency of the healthcare industry and support of elderly people to meet the high level and
“Smart Home Sensors Could Help Aging Population Stay Independent”
Telecare services and ‘smart’ homes share a common technological base in information technology and telecommunications. There is growing interest in both telecare services and smart homes, although they have been studied in isolation. Telecare has been driven largely by perceived cost savings and improved service delivery to the home, leading to improved quality of life and independent living. Smart homes are also expected to provide better and safer living conditions. The integration of the two should produce more secure and autonomous living.