Otiom prevents persons with dementia from getting lost.

At the same time, Otiom ensures that if someone wanders, they can be found quickly and safely.

Why choose Otiom?

  • Developed in collaboration with relatives, caregivers and people with dementia
  • Easy to use
  • Runs up to one month on a single charge
  • Triggers an alarm on your smart phone as soon as the person with dementia strays out of the safety zones, and indicates their location
  • Can be disinfected and machine-washed

How Otiom ensures peace of mind for relatives and persons with dementia.

Otiom is a small, simple and sturdy tag, which people with dementia carry on their person.

With the Otiom-app on your smartphone, you will be notified as soon as the person with the tag leaves home. You can also be notified when they leave a zone that you have defined – without the individual being continuously monitored.

Watch the video to see how Otiom works.

The freedom to live life – also outdoors.

With the Otiom-app it is easy define safe zones, which are areas where the person with dementia can be without being monitored.

A safe zone could be your house and garden, the road where you live or the places you go for walks.

You will receive a message if the person with dementia strays outside the zone. Then you can quickly return them to safety.

The advantages of Otiom.

Safety adapted to your needs.

In the Otiom-app, you can quickly set up zones where it is safe for persons with dementia to move about. This could be their home or a specific local area.

Also works indoors.

Otiom is the only tracking device on the market that also works indoors. This is extremely useful if the person with dementia goes down to the basement, to the garage or gets lost in a shopping centre or at the nursing home.

No monitoring.

Otiom offers people with dementia the freedom to move about freely. The location of the individual is only shared with relatives once there is a risk of danger.

Battery lasts up to a month.

Otiom won’t suddenly run out of power right when you need it. You will automatically receive a text message when it is time to charge the device.

Designed to promote safety.

Otiom’s design is the product of hundreds and hundreds of conversations and tests with persons with dementia, their relatives and caregivers.

Contrary to GPS watches (etc.), Otiom is designed to be entirely neutral and pleasant to the touch. Therefore, the Otiom-tag has no buttons, lights or charging plugs, which may confuse many people with dementia.

Technical specifications.

The Otiom-tag includes the new Internet of Things (IoT) technology. This means that it has a very long battery life, and it works where traditional GPS devices do not – including indoors.

Small and lightweight.

The Otiom-tag weighs just 30 grams and takes up 5 x 1 cm. It has no distracting buttons, sounds, plugs or lights.

100% waterproof and pressure tested.

The Otiom-tag can be disinfected and machine-washed at up to 60 degrees Celsius. Each tag is individually pressure and waterproof-tested at a depth of 5 metres (IP68).

Long battery life.

The Otiom-tag can run for up to one month on one charge, and it can be fully recharged in 2 hours. The tag saves power when inside the home. Battery usage increases when the tag is taken outside.

Information on battery life.

Technologies.

Otiom communicates using NB-IoT, via mobile phone masts. It also uses GNSS, which includes all global satellite systems (including GPS) as well as Bluetooth 5.X.

Learn more about the technology in Otiom.

What do others say about Otiom?

Frequently asked questions about Otiom.

Otiom uses several new technologies, which together result in very low power usage for the Otiom-tag. If you want to learn more about the technology in Otiom, you can read about it here.

Otiom can locate someone both indoors and outdoors.

Otiom is the only solution that can locate residents both indoors and outdoors.

It can help you when a resident is hiding in a room or has wandered during an outing.

The Otiom-tag can be carried or mounted in many different ways. Here are some suggestions:

  • Around the neck with the accompanying neck safety strap. The safety strap can easily be shortened and attached to a belt, for example. Then the tag could be carried in a pocket.
  • In a coat pocket
  • In a bag
  • Sewn into the lining of your coat, bag, etc. The Otiom-tag can handle machine washing at up to 60 degrees Celsius, and you can charge it wirelessly directly through the lining.

Mounted on a walking frame, a cane, wheelchair, etc.

Yes, the Otiom-tag is waterproof, it can be disinfected and can be machine-washed at up to 60 degrees Celsius.

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