Unfortunately, our Kickstarter campaign wasn't the success we'd hoped for. Although we failed fund the development through Kickstarter, we are in the process of attracting funding through alternative routes. The video above draws a great picture of what Heimdall can do.
Old age comes with defects. Many elderly suffer from dementia or physical problems which can result in inconvenient or dangerous situations.
Relatives and care givers of these elderly are often concerned about there well-being. Are they okay? Aren't they lying on the floor for days, unnoticed? Heimdall keeps watch and relieves the burden.
Heimdall detects unusual behavior and accidents during day and night and notifies relatives or care givers. This allows them to take care of this person knowing that even in their absence, dangerous situations are detected as soon as possible. This will reduce the stress on informal care givers tremendously, and prevent accidents from going unnoticed for a prolonged period of time.
Heimdall also detects what it cannot see. By knowing which door leads where, it can deduce information about the situation, such as if someone has gotten up in the morning, went to bed at night, has been in the bathroom for an awfully long time or has been out walking for several hours now.