Loxone Explained: AAL Alarms
Ambient Assisted Living – or AAL for short – i.e. the support of elderly or impaired people, is very close to our hearts. With Loxone, we want to increase the safety of people and their relatives. Things like fall detection, emergency call button, automatic access for emergency services, detection of abnormal behaviour and much more can be implemented with Loxone.
Implement fall detection, emergency buttons and alarm chains with Loxone
Fall detection with Loxone triggers an alarm chain as soon as a fall (from which a person cannot get up alone) is detected. For example, if someone gets out of bed at night to go to the bathroom, the Presence Sensor in the bedroom detects the movement and a follow-up time begins – during this time further movement must be detected before the end of the time window or an alarm will be triggered. If the person walks down the corridor towards the bathroom, presence is once again detected and a new follow-up time begins.
Watch the video below to learn how to configure fall detection, set up alarm chains and how – with the Apple HomeKit integration – voice commands can be used to trigger an alarm through Siri. We also show you how to configure an emergency button using the Button Air or the Wrist Buton Air.
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