Memo assistive tech telecare

The Memo Next Generation Telecare suite from Alcuris, along with its connectivity partner Eseye, has been shortlisted in the Global Internet of Things (IoT) Awards in the Connected Health and Wearable category.

The IoT Global Awards is a prestigious awards program honouring the most innovative companies, products and individual talent across multiple industry categories. Each year, an independent and qualified panel of judges selects 11 of the best corporations, companies, start-ups and business leaders from the IoT sector out of hundreds of applications.

The judges are looking for the most innovative IoT applications or the apps that are most valuable to both user and provider, and which advance the cause of the Internet of Things (IoT). There are 11 categories encompassing every sector touched by IoT.

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Alex Nash, Managing Director of Alcuris, said: “We are incredibly proud of our innovative Memo solution, developed and manufactured here in the UK, receiving this recognition in front of a global audience.

“Next Generation Telecare supports the shift from analogue equipment to digital services, an increased focus on proactive preventative services and helps to manage rising demand pressures in the face of budgetary constraints. We are starting to see the pace of change increase across the UK.”

The full shortlist is here and the winners will be announced later this month.

Last month, Alcuris was also approved as a supplier to the Spark DPS, run by Crown Commercial Services. The SPARK DPS enables UK Public Sector bodies to access proven, new and innovative technology products such as IoT and AI.

Alcuris is an award-winning assistive technology company backed by a highly experienced team. It strives to prolong independence for users and provide positive reassurance for family and actionable insight for providers and commissioners.

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