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自立的支援:老年人、看護者用連網型解決方案

Enabling Independence: Connected Solutions for Seniors and Caregivers

出版商 Parks Associates 商品編碼 919997
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 22 Pages
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自立的支援:老年人、看護者用連網型解決方案 Enabling Independence: Connected Solutions for Seniors and Caregivers
出版日期: 2019年12月30日內容資訊: 英文 22 Pages
簡介

本報告提供老年人的家庭自立支援的各種產品、服務的市場調查,個人緊急應變系統 (PERS) 以及其他替代的解決方案概要,引進情形,利用案例,經營模式,技術創新趨勢,PERS用戶數、收益的5年預測等彙整資料。

目錄

  • 要點
  • 個人緊急應變系統 (PERS)
  • 替代緊急解決方案
  • PERS用通訊
  • 經營模式
  • 安全流通管道的市場機會
  • 革新
  • PERS:5年預測
  • 影響、建議
  • 附錄
目錄

SYNOPSIS:

Over the next several decades, the number of Americans ages 65 and older will double to over 80 million by 2050. Three out of four consumers ages 40 and older expect to live in their own homes when they turn 80, and the costs of assisted living facilities will make aging in the home the only option for many Americans. Service providers, professional security monitoring and PERS monitoring companies, which have existing footprints in the home, are exploring opportunities to serve this population.

This report assesses the aging with independence market and highlights leading use cases, including safety, medication management, wellness, and social engagement. It profiles leading efforts from service providers and product manufacturers, examines business models and partnership requirements, and includes a five-year forecast of PERS and sensor-based independent living solutions for seniors at home.

ANALYST INSIGHT:

“Alternative devices with emergency response capabilities-such as mobile phones, smart watches, smart speakers, and residential security systems-are competing with legacy PERS devices. Some industry players are taking advantage of the widespread penetration of these devices and finding ways to integrate more robust emergency response technology into the devices already in consumers' homes, while others are utilizing these form factors to develop new PERS-specific solutions that appeal to a broader consumer base,” said Lindsay Gafford, Research Analyst, Parks Associates.

Table of Contents

  • Bottom Line
  • The PERS Spectrum
  • Alternative Emergency Solutions
  • Messaging for PERS: Empowering the User
  • Business Models
  • Opportunity in the Security Channel
  • Innovation
  • PERS Five-Year Forecast
  • Implications and Recommendations
  • Appendix
  • Citations
  • Attribution

List of Figures

  • PERS Adoption
  • The Senior Assistive Solution Spectrum
  • Emergency Response Devices Appealing to Caregivers
  • Mobile Phones as a PERS Alternative
  • Smart Watches as a PERS Alternative
  • Smart Speakers as a PERS Alternative
  • Residential Security as a PERS Alternative
  • PERS Purchase Channels
  • Examining the PERS User Base
  • Consumer Interest in Security System Features
  • PERS Technological Innovation & Product Design
  • US PERS Forecast - Users
  • US PERS Forecast - Revenue