• Home Sensor Network Technology for Older Adults

    Home Sensor Network Technology for Older Adults

    USF College of Engineering home monitoring system technology to help detect movement and activity in a home environment – empowering older adults to become the drivers of their own health.

  • Home Sensor Network Technology for Older Adults

    Home Sensor Network Technology for Older Adults

    Unobtrusive sensors monitor the daily activities of older adults in their homes - empowering them to become the drivers of their own health.

  • Garrick Aden-Buie with HomeSense Sensor System

    Garrick Aden-Buie with HomeSense Sensor System

    HomeSense provides comprehensive 24/7 monitoring of daily living activities of seniors that live in individual residences. It detects and issues alerts in response to deviations in daily activities.

  • Brain Network Activation (BNA) Mapping USF Team

    Brain Network Activation (BNA) Mapping

    Using Brain Network Activation (BNA) technology to increase understanding of aging brains.

  • CREATE Health Research Team

    CREATE Health Research Team

    An academically diverse, multi-talented team of researchers, including post doctoral scholars and students at the undergraduate, masters and doctoral levels working together to harness technology to improve health and quality of life outcomes in a variety of community and organizational environments.

C.R.E.A.T.E. Health

C.R.E.A.T.E. Health's (Collaborative for Research & Education in Aging and Technology) mission is to harness the power of modern technology to improve health and quality of life. We partner with entrepreneurs and communities to innovate health systems and to design, deploy and evaluate innovative technology solutions designed to improve safety, security and quality of life for our growing population.

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HomeSense on USF News

Older adults take charge of their health and wellness.

USF News recently highlighted our intelligent homes (HomeSense) project helping older adults live independently in their own homes.