IoT Home Monitoring Solution for the Elderly

IoT gateway  & wireless sensors designed to simplify in-home monitoring for senior citizens.


IoT-enabled elderly care empowers seniors to age in place with increased independence and security, relieving concerns for families unable to be with them at all times.

IoT devices designed for the elderly can track the daily movements of seniors and ensure their safety by utilizing discreet wireless sensors positioned within their homes. These sensors learn seniors’ daily behavioral patterns and promptly detect any changes that may raise concerns. Through Healthcare gateway uploads to cloud platforms, the system can notify family members or caregivers with timely messages.

These home monitoring systems for elderly care employ proven technology that has been successfully tested in residential care facilities over several years. Now, they are readily available for home installations through service providers, retailers, and smart home system integrators.

Remote Healthcare Monitoring Solution


Modern sensor technology is employed by smart terminal devices to collect data on the behavior and living conditions of elderly individuals. This data is transmitted to smart elderly care platforms through IoT gateways, enabling comprehensive and sophisticated elderly care services. Caregivers and senior care organizations can utilize these services round the clock, including remote monitoring, management of chronic diseases, remote patient monitoring, and timely response to emergency events.


G3-Healthcare Gateway

Real-time collection of data from IoT devices. By staying connected to the devices, better medical coordination, information sharing, and care management can be provided, ensuring elderly individuals receive comprehensive, coherent, and personalized care.

PIR Sensor
SM2-PIR Sensor

Adding PIR sensors in the living room, bedroom, and bathroom allows caregivers to monitor the movements of their loved ones when they leave the room or get out of bed. This helps prevent falls and wandering.

Temperature & Humidity Sensor-ST6
ST6-Temp & Humidity Sensor

Maintaining a comfortable living environment is essential for elderly individuals living independently. Temperature and humidity sensors can assist them in ensuring a clean, cozy, and healthy home. When the house is overheated in summer or lacks heat in winter, these sensors will send out an alert, enabling necessary actions to be taken in time.

SW2-Water Leak Sensor

The utilization of water leakage sensors in residential care communities, and long-term care facilities can effectively detect concealed leaks, issue timely alerts, and prevent elderly patients from experiencing slips and falls. This proactive measure ensures the safety and well-being of senior individuals in these care settings.

CB1-One-Touch Call Button

A one-touch call button can provide more peace of mind for the elderly, their loved ones and caregivers who are aged in place. When the elderly are in danger or trip and fall, they can press the help button. The 24/7 monitoring station can send help, family members, or both to the user’s location.

SB1-Health Wearable

Real-time monitoring of patients’ heart rate, blood pressure, blood oxygen, and sleep conditions. Once there is any abnormality, action can be taken before danger occurs.

Door and window Sensor
SD1-Door and Window Sensor

Door and window sensors track the activities of the elderly at home, enabling caregivers to analyze patterns and prevent accidents. They can also alert caregivers if a door is left open for an extended period, helping locate individuals with dementia who may have wandered off.

Power failure alarm
PT1-Power Failure Alarm

You can connect live devices that you want to monitor, and once the device is powered off, it will immediately alarm, and relatives and nursing staff can receive emergency reminders.

Why Choose MOCREO?



PIR sensor data helps assess elderly eating habits for a healthy lifestyle, indicating if they meet expectations or need improvement.

Go Out

Outdoor time reflects social and sports activities, while reduced outdoor time may indicate a noteworthy event. Door sensors can detect people’s outing status.

Walk Speed

PIR sensor data and Health Wearable can track elderly activities, including steps and walking speed, to detect early signs of declining quality of life and improve their health.


Health Wearable’s data can detect the general sleep duration of the elderly and compare it with the normal sleep duration.

Bathroom Habits

By analyzing data from door and PIR sensors, abnormal changes in toilet usage can be detected and flagged as potential issues.

Medication Habits

Timely medication is crucial for patients with chronic illnesses. The vibration sensor can detect when the elderly open or utilize the medication box.

Back to top