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Assisted Living Facilities


To set your senior living facility apart from the crowd, use our easy-to use and reliable smart building platform, Inspextor, to improve the health and experience of your residents while reducing staffing burdens. Inspextor is the easiest PoE platform to install and use based on real customer feedback. We know lighting, which is the most critical system to get right on a PoE platform and has the most impact to your resident’s health and comfort. Implement our partner sensors to improve resident health and reduce the conditions that lead to falls

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Overall, smart building technology can help senior living facilities provide a safer, more comfortable, and more efficient living environment for residents while also improving operational efficiency for staff.

Enhanced Safety & Security

Smart building technology can provide advanced security features such as video surveillance, access control systems, and emergency response systems. These features can help ensure the safety and security of residents, staff, and visitors.

Increased Resident Comfort

Smart building technology can help enhance the overall living experience for residents by providing personalized control over lighting, temperature, and other environmental factors

Improved Energy Efficiency

Smart building technology can help reduce energy consumption and save money on utility bills. For example, smart lighting and temperature control systems can automatically adjust settings based on occupancy and time of day, reducing energy waste

Remote Monitoring & Management

Smart building technology can allow staff to remotely monitor and manage various systems in the facility, such as HVAC, lighting, and security systems. This can help improve operational efficiency and reduce the need for on-site maintenance.

Enhanced Data Analytics

Smart building technology can provide data insights that can help inform decision-making around facility management and resident care. For example, analytics can be used to monitor resident activity levels, detect falls or other health events, and track maintenance needs


Smart, connected human-centric lighting Circadian rhythm, daylighting options, Automated lighting for nighttime bathroom trips, health sensors for automated alerts to staff, environmental sensors, and more.


Early Detection of Infection

At a facility using Inspextor, the local nurse on staff noticed that one of the residents triggered the motion light at night more than five times. This automation was designed to help residents orient themselves at night and reduce falls. But even with normal aging, it is unusual for anyone to get up that often. The on staff nurse investigated in the morning and detected an early-stage infection in the resident. Thanks to this trigger and data, the resident was able to receive treatment before the infection progressed.

Mitigation of Sundowner’s Syndrome

Sundowner’s Syndrome, also known as sundowning or late-day confusion, has an array of effects that can impact individuals with dementia and Alzheimer’s. Each person is affected differently but symptoms can include feelings of sadness, fear, delusions, hallucinations, and agitation. It leads to inadequate rest for both the people who have it and their caregivers and can exacerbate existing symptoms. Learn more about Sundowner’s Syndrome.

One approach for treatment is to use lighting that mimics natural daylight, which has been shown to improve sleep patterns and reduce agitation in Alzheimer’s patients. This type of lighting can help regulate circadian rhythms and improve overall mood and behavior. Learn more.

Another approach is to use colored lighting, which has been shown to have a calming effect on some Alzheimer’s patients. For example, blue lighting has been found to reduce agitation, while red lighting can stimulate appetite. Learn more.