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  • HSC Technology Group (HSC) has received further purchase orders valued at $618,000 from the Aged Care and House Group (ACH Group) for a further two sites of residential care in South Australia
  • The tender sought a solution targeting efficiency and optimisation through the use of HSC’s technology across ACH Group’s residential aged care sites
  • The assistive technology scope includes nurse call tracking, real-time location systems and the TALIUS solution
  • ACH Group’s age care sites currently hosts more than 800 residents collectively
  • HSC Technology is up 6.25 per cent, trading at 1.7 cents

HSC Technology Group (HSC) has received further purchase orders for approximately $618,000 from the Aged Care and House Group (ACH Group) for a further two sites of residential care in South Australia.

HSC offers an assistive technology platform that allows seniors and people with disabilities to live independently through the use of data analysis and monitoring to determine residents’ routines.  The company’s software platform TALIUS uses next-generation machine learning and artificial intelligence to deliver decision-making insights that improve people’s safety, independence and autonomy.

HSC was awarded the tender to provide assistive technology to multiple ACH Group sites in South Australia. The tender sought a solution targeting efficiency and optimisation through the use of HSC’s technology across its residential aged care sites.

ACH Group’s age care sites currently hosts more than 800 residents collectively.

The assistive technology scope includes nurse call tracking, real-time location systems and the TALIUS solution.

“We are very pleased to extend our relationship with ACH for a further two sites. The HSC IoT technology has been implemented and proven across a number of existing ACH sites, so these purchase orders are a very positive reflection on the success of the project,” said HSC Managing Director Graham Russell.

The company also noted that the HSC solution being implemented was directly aligned to a number of recommendations from the final report of the Royal Commission into aged care, relating to the use of assistive technology.

Managing Director Graham Russell says the company will continue to focus on the improvement of the lives of ACH Group’s residents, with a roll-out of all sites in the near future.

HSC Technology is up 6.25 per cent, trading at 1.7 cents at 2:55 pm AEDT.

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