TIHM for dementia is a unique collaborative of partners from the health, voluntary and technology sectors. Each partner offers expert guidance to specific areas of the project.

Test Bed partners

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Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

A leading provider of specialist mental health, drug and alcohol and learning disabilities services for people of all ages in Southern England

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Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network

Supports the identification, spread and adoption of innovation and best practice to improve health and contribute towards economic growth

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University of Surrey

Home of the Institute for Communications Systems – one of the largest European academic research groups in mobile communications, IoT, large scale data analysis, smart cities, networking and services

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Royal Holloway University of London

Home of the Information Security Group with expertise in information security, secure protocols, computer security, security for mobile and ad hoc networks, trusted computing and infrastructure protection

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Alzheimer's Society

The UK’s leading dementia support and research charity for anyone affected by any form of dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. They also fund medical and social research, and campaign for better quality of life for people with dementia and greater understanding of the condition

 

Six local clinical commissioning groups

Including North East Hampshire & Farnham who are the lead commissioner for mental health across Surrey and NE Hants and Guildford & Waverley who specialise in dementia

 

 

Technology Innovators

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Intelesant

Whose product Howz is able to learn a dementia sufferer’s routine and detect any deviations from the routine that may lead to dangers

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Safe Patient Systems

Whose mobile, ‘open’ architecture and cloud based platform delivers a holistic assisted living technology solution

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Sense.ly

Whose virtual, personal assistant Molly is capable of providing tailor made medical advice using advanced Artificial Intelligence and speech recognition

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Vision 360 / Arqiva

Are bringing an assistive care platform for those with long-term conditions

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Yecco

Provide a suite of apps for self care and home monitoring by caregivers and healthcare professionals using wearables, medical devices, home sensors and a series of features for data sharing on a social media platform. Yecco social app will enable services to build social networks, directly interact with patients as well as receiving real time data for early intervention and health management

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Docobo

Will provide their doc@HOME Digital Health platform configured to meet the needs of  people with dementia and their carers

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Halliday James

Specialise in Cognitive Support Technology for dementia. They will offer St Bernard's Location Service for vulnerable people and EASE, a specialist location and activity monitoring device

 

With thanks to

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NHS England

The funders of the project. NHS England lead and set the priorities and direction of the National Health Service (NHS) in England, encouraging and informing national debate to improve health and care

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Innovate UK

The UK's innovation agency

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IoT UK

A programme of activities that seeks to advance the UK’s global leadership in the Internet of Things (IoT) and increase the adoption of high quality IoT technologies and services throughout businesses and the public sector.

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Department of Health

The Department of Health (DH) helps people to live better for longer. We lead, shape and fund health and care in England, making sure people have the support, care and treatment they need, with the compassion, respect and dignity they deserve.