Standards and the Dependability of Electronic Assistive Technology
Electronic Assistive Technology (AT) includes both technology to help people with their daily activities, such as a door entry, and sensors that can raise alarms on detecting a fall or some other incident in the home i.e. home tele-healthcare (usually abbreviated to Telecare).
KeywordsMedical Device Call Centre Assistive Technology International Standard Organisation Safety Critical System
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