Fujitsu will analyze the data obtained from the trials and refine its technology based on the analysis results evaluated by
Based on these results, both parties aim to offer millimeter wave sensor service for privacy-conscious monitoring to hospitals and nursing facilities in fiscal year 2023. Ultimately, the Both parties hope to help enrich people’s lives by achieving an environment in which older people can enjoy greater independence and privacy without sacrificing their personal safety.
Technology to help reduce the risk of serious injury in older adults
In fiscal year 2021, the
To meet this challenge,
About Joint Demo Trials
1. Trial period:
(1) Demonstration of monitoring technology using millimeter wave sensor
– Demonstration trials of Fujitsu’s technology to accurately estimate human body postures from point cloud data using a millimeter wave sensor (announced in
(2) Measurement data in trials with elderly people
– Demonstration trials in hospitals and nursing homes with elderly patients and people requiring nursing care; collecting point cloud data on patients’ postures using a millimeter wave sensor installed inside the facilities and using Fujitsu’s monitoring technology to detect movements that could lead to falls
– Assess whether the system is able to accurately detect patient postures by comparing test results with logs from motion sensors installed around patient beds(3) and data from cameras(4) installed for posture testing. demonstration
(3) Development of a privacy-conscious monitoring service
– Fujitsu will analyze specific body movements that lead to falls based on point cloud data obtained with a millimeter wave sensor. Point cloud data does not include any personal patient information and is therefore also suitable for highly private spaces.
3. Roles and Responsibilities:
Provision of monitoring technologies, data collection and analysis, improvements based on technical assessment
technical assessment from a medical practice perspective and direction of technical improvement
(1) Actlyzer Behavioral Analysis Technology:
Technology marketed as Fujitsu AI technology for video-based behavioral analysis solution “FUJITSU Technical Computing Solution GREENAGES Citywide Surveillance” to recognize human actions.
(3) Motion sensor:
A device to prevent falls and uncontrolled walking of patients in hospitals and institutions. There are two types of sensors: one that uses infrared light to detect a person’s movement, and one that uses a mat sensor or bed sensor to detect a person’s movement.
(4) Cameras are only installed during demonstration tests. The technology itself does not use cameras.
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