The device, to be worn on the wrist or on the belt, detects the so-called Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), i.e. the activities performed daily regarding movement, rest, nutrition, personal hygiene. The detection of these activities makes it possible to measure the person’s well-being index, her/his level of independence and changes over time.
Kibi identifies both remarkable ADLs and important events such as falls and dizzy spells and learns the person’s habits. This allows recognizing anomalous behaviours, which may require external intervention.