Acoustic Monitoring supports staff in improving care quality and patient wellbeing, while helping to reduce operational costs.
Beneficial to your organisation
Faster return on investment
Better level of care
Improve your CQC rating
More efficient deployment of staff
Beneficial to residents
Better sleep cycles
Acoustic Monitoring continuously listens for signs of distress and aggression and immediately alerts other staff when detected. This ever-present, non-intrusive surveillance is thereby an effective deterrent to those with the potential to commit abuse.
Detect aggression and distress
Abuse prevention with video vs. audio
The chart below compares the prevention and detection of abuse with Acoustic Monitoring and video surveillance.
Non-present staff alert
Alerts only possible through live human monitoring of video feeds.
Trigger-based system recognises potential incident and alerts staff.
Visual clues (often not present) have to be identified through continuous human monitoring.
Audio analysis instantly identifies sounds related to distress and aggression.
Continuous human attention necessary.
Human attention only necessary when triggered by events.