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Live safely and autonomously!

Why VIVAIcare?

"How to live at home as independently as possible for as long as possible and enjoy the security of a retirement home at the same time?"

A question that the majority of senior citizens ask themselves at a certain point in life. And that is exactly why it accompanied us throughout the work on our joint project "Smart Service Power", which is unique in Europe.

Under the aegis of VIVA and in cooperation with renowned science and research institutes, forward-looking technologies have been developed, that allow users to stay in their own home longer.  

The results of the project, which has won several international awards, are incorporated into our innovative product VIVAIcare: intelligent digitalization and smartification supports age-appropriate living in your own four walls. Household care and value chains contribute to the elderly being able to live socially integrated at home for as long as possible.


Voice assistant

communicate & remember


Fall sensors

detect & alert


Artificial intelligence

evaluate & react


Smart sensors

measure & record



warn & secure


What do our users say?

"Many believe that older people can no longer cope with new technologies, but that's simply not true. The system speaks to me and I get all the information I need. That makes it very easy for me."
Christel Hahnen
Resident of Arnsberg
"A major problem is that you could fall and then you lie in your apartment and no one can help. It is very reassuring that this system exists. I can stay safely in my apartment and my kids dont have to worry."
Gerd Büchner
Senior citizen from Steinfurt
"The system is helpful precisely because my children live far away and cannot help me in emergency situations. Another problem for me is the older I get, the more I forget to take my pills. VIVAIcare now reminds me of this."
Marianne Hagen
User from Dortmund
"It's a very simple thing because I don't have to worry about it. It just happens! You hardly notice that there is a system working in the background, but it creates security."
Edith Spies
Resident from Schwerte