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Kongsvinger uses Telenor, Visma tech to monitor elderly

Thursday 3 October 2013 | 11:28 CET | News
Telenor said Kongsvinger council is among the first in Norway to use care technology from Telenor Objects and software company Visma. This is part of Telenor's and Visma's 'Live longer at home' scheme for elderly people. The technology can be used to monitor blood pressure and provide fall alarms, door alarms, security alarms and GPS tracking. The technology that Kongsvinger is implement collects data in an electronic patient journal.

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