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adams & weber GmbH and Ekahau Install a Location and Emergency Call System for Dementia Patients and Staff at Josef-Ecker-Stift in Neuwied
Date:1/30/2013

immediately notifies them whenever a resident approaches a danger zone, for example, a stairwell, giving the staff ample time to come to the resident's assistance. It also helps the staff avoid unnecessary footsteps because each caregiver knows exactly where in the building he or she needs to go to find the resident who needs assistance. The location system grants new freedoms to both the home's residents and their caregivers because staff members no longer need to constantly keep an eye on dementia patients.  

 "We can strongly increase protection for our residents with the location system that was collaboratively installed by the adams & weber GmbH and Ekahau. Our staff is very satisfied with this system because it makes their daily work easier, helps them avoid unnecessary walking and enables them to speedily provide assistance whenever an emergency arises", said Siegfried Hartinger , Director of the nursing home.

Staff members are likewise equipped with Ekahau B4 Wi-Fi pagers, which they can use to transmit an alarm from any location throughout the entire building. Previously, alarms could be triggered only from individual, immobile, emergency switches. The new portable pagers let staff trigger an alarm and summon a colleague without having to abandon a resident and hasten to an emergency switch located elsewhere.

About adams & weber GmbH

Founded in 1992, adams & weber Gesellschaft für Kommunikationselektronik mbH numbers among the most highly experienced IT-system houses in the Rhine-Mosel region, i.e. between Koblenz, Trier and Bonn. Thirty employees, all of whom have earned certification in various fields, have been working together for many years to assure the continued success of this group of companies. a&w plans, analyzes and deploys network systems for private industry and public administrations. From constructing a computer to implementing large-scale IT soluti
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