Personally, I am looking at a couple of interesting technologies developed at the University of Washington that enable the monitoring of respiratory rate and heart rate of seniors passively using radiofrequencies. Think Doppler radar but for people, not for the weather.
Can this technology be used to monitor seniors living at home alone? How important is technology to monitor seniors who live at home by themselves? Particularly, I am interested in technology that can monitor heart rate and respiratory rate passively (without the person actually doing anything)? Does this solve a problem for caregivers/ care providers?
I would love to chat with anyone with significant experience in the space.