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Safety measures for disorientated people

Alarm when disoriented people leave an area 

Have your staff reliably alerted when a disorientated person leaves a secured area. Save precious working time by automatically resetting and cancelling the alarm when they return on their own.


Targeted alarming

The alarm is sent to the nursing staff on the ward where the wandering situation occurred. This reduces unnecessary alarms.

With our Care2Graph technology, alarms are only sent when the disorientated person opens a door. Alarms are also suppressed if a carer accompanies the disorientated person.

This allows us to reduce alarms by almost 50 % and avoid disruption to work.

Access control and exit control

You can use the Dementia Tags to lock the exits when disorientated people enter a door area.

In addition, a hotel function can be created in which the Dementia Tag also unlocks its own room door.


The Dementia Tag

The Dementia Tag can be worn as a bracelet or as a pendant.

The tag is battery-operated and waterproof, so it does not have to be removed when bathing or showering.

When the battery is low, the Dementia Tag sends an alarm to ensure that the tag is working properly. The battery can be changed by simply opening the underside to minimise maintenance.

Bracelet with safety buckle

To ensure that the Dementia Tag cannot be easily removed, it is equipped with a safety clasp that can only be opened by care staff.

The lock can be easily opened with a Martin.Care magnetic key.


Targeted search


The search interface also makes it easier to search for specific people in the home.
The carer can use filters to easily determine which resident is in which room or whether he/she is present in the dining room.

This information is important for evacuation procedures to ensure that everyone has left a ward.


Alarming through facial recognition

Facial recognition is a viable alternative to Dementia Tags. An alarm is triggered as soon as the camera recognizes the face of a disoriented person.

The image processing takes place directly at the door, and no image leaves the camera.

Based on this, doors can be locked or unlocked. Even if a resident is accompanied by a carer, it will not trigger an alarm.


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