Lyse, one of the Stavanger partners, has produced a new video to showcase one of the technologies provided through the project which has proven to be of a great value to its users: At Bergåstjern nursing home, Lyse has installed a remote controlled system to individually handle air quality, light and heat at eight of the rooms.
This gives the patients an opportunity to individually set temperature and light at their own room without being dependent on a centrally controlled heating or cooling system. Staff members are there to help the patients control light and warmth – and to make sure they are feeling as well as possible.
The technology comes from the company Sensio. The nurse Synnøve Sel says that “technology can make my job easier and improve the everyday life of the patients.” This is a great example of how the Triangulum project gives real value to the citizens.