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Modern technologies in the care of seniors

SiDLY as a speaker at the “Modern technologies in the care of seniors” conference in Warsaw.

Modern technology is necessary to strengthen the care system for elderly people. Conference “Modern technologies in the care of seniors”, which took place on February 1st in Warsaw, was an excellent opportunity to meet in one place representatives of senior activity centers, municipal and city offices, hospitals, clinics, owners and people managing care homes and care services companies and medical staff. The participants were able to share modern solutions designed for seniors. Thanks to the introduction of innovative solutions in the care of the elderly, their quality of life is significantly improved.

A meeting at the Conference Center in the city center began at 9.30. During the lecture – President of SiDLY, Edyta Kocyk shared the issue of “The use of telemedicine whirstbands in medical and care services.”

During a conference participants were able to read the materials, we have prepared for booth visitors SiDLY.

Professional care for seniors gains on trust and plays an increasingly important role in modern living. Despite the fact that currently there are many centers for seniors, only recently have been created such that can guarantee comfortable living conditions and treatment for the elderly.

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Sidly Ltd. implements a project co-financed from European Funds “Foreign promotion of the Sidly Care multisensory device for remote medical care”

The aim of the project is to increase the competitiveness and visibility of Sidly Ltd. and its innovative product SiDLY Care – a multisensory device for remote medical care in the forms of promotion related to market events specified in the Program for the promotion of the medical equipment industry.

Project value:1 162 350,00 PLN
Co-financing from the European Union: 756 000,00 PLN
Project implementation period: 14.03.2017 – 31.12.2019r.

Project goals – to develop a telemedicine prototype system for continuous heart rate monitoring

Project research results will be implemented in the Company’s operations, and the cardiac dysfunction detection system, developed as part of the project, will be introduced to the Company’s offer next to the current product.

project value: – 3 364 840,00 PLN
contribution of European Funds : – 2 493 088,00 PLN

Website co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund under the Intelligent Development Operational Program 2014-2020, Measure 3.3 “Support for the promotion and internationalization of innovative enterprises”