Tuesday, September 29, 2015

How Philips and ADT are adapting to a new generation of seniors

Like all populations, the population of seniors in the United States is changing. And a generation of rising seniors is more technically savvy, is living longer, and has higher expectations for aging than ever before. This is creating new opportunities and challenges for the aging in place market, according to presenters on a Parks Associates webcast called “Connected Health in the Smart Home: Use Cases and Partnerships”.

Parks Associates Director of Health and Mobile Product Research Harry Wang moderated a discussion with Paul Adams, senior director of product management at Philips and Don Boerema, senior vice president and chief corporate development officer for The ADT Corporation.

From the article "How Philips and ADT are adapting to a new generation of seniors" by Jonah Comstock.

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