Telus Health pushes fall detection monitoring for Apple Watch

According to the latest report, Telus Health has launched a security service in Canada that uses the fall detection feature of the Apple Watch to help vulnerable people. This service, through the LivingWell Companion of Telus Health, Canada, can provide emergency testing services around the country all day long. In addition, the service does not only respond when it learns of an emergency but uses a more proactive approach to help those in need.

By using the fall detection API, the Apple Watch app will detect whether the user has a serious fall. If a serious fall is detected, the user’s location will be sent to the Telus Health safety monitoring station, and the staff of the monitoring station will be dispatched for emergency Support and contact the user’s emergency contact.

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Juggy Sihota, vice president of Telus Health, said that Telus Health’s mission is to provide protection for the disadvantaged in Canada. The company strives to innovate technology and always puts patients first.

Through the cooperation with Apple, Telus Health is proud to be the first company in Canada to change the way individuals respond to emergency situations. It costs $30 a month to subscribe to Telus Health’s service. This service supports the use of the Apple Watch Series 4 or later.


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