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VEMS Pilot

Vixen Electronics Ltd. is introducing VEMS, a new, affordable monitoring system that sits unobtrusively in the house, learns the habits of the resident(s) and alerts trusted people if it thinks that there is something wrong.

Our monitoring system is at an advanced stage of development and has been operational for several months in a small pilot. Our test subjects have provided exceptionally good feedback and we have responded by refining the product following their comments and observations.

We are extending the pilot

We are now extending the pilot to a larger set of people and hope to receive more comments and observations. We would like to know what is helpful, nice and useful, and what is a hindrance, does not provide real benefit or is annoying.

Vixen Electronics will provide the sensor and the service free of charge for a period of three months from the official start of the pilot. At the end of the pilot any test subject that wants to subscribe to the service, can keep the sensor as a thank you present from Vixen Electronics. The only requirement to join the pilot is the availability of an internet connection.

If you have any questions, in the first instance, please refer to the FAQ and the User Guide; the links are in the navigation line. If you have further questions, or if want to take part in the pilot, either for yourself, or for a friend or relative, please contact us at information@vixenelectronics.co.uk.

To take part in the pilot all you need to do is email us with your first name, your family name, your email address and a short description of the reason why you are interested in taking part.

Example: 'My mother lives on her own and I can only visit her once per week. I worry that if she falls I would not know for many hours.'

or: 'My brother lives on his own, is diabetic and suffers from severe hypos. I worry that he becomes unconscious I would not know for many hours.'

or: 'I am in my eighties, I live on my own and while I love it, I am aware that if I have a fall and can't reach the phone, my family may not find out for several days.'

The reason for wanting to take part in the pilot will help us understand our client base, it will not influence your ability to participate in the pilot.

The number of places in the pilot will be limited, and the applications have already started arriving, so apply soon to avoid disappointment!

We will not sell your details under any circumstances and will only share them if required by law. The only reason we will contact you will be to progress the participation in the pilot, but if you have any questions at any point during the pilot we will always be delighted to try and answer them for you.

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