When a person is living on their own, emergency situations that involve falling or an unexpected immobility can go undetected for long periods of time, leading to tragic consequences. LARRY is here to help, generating alarms when it detects these types of emergency situations, even if your loved one becomes unconscious. They don’t even need to wear a device.
Keeping track of certain changes in daily routines is also important. LARRY learns daily routines and notifies you and your loved one of changing trends so that they can stay ahead of certain conditions by taking specific actions or talking to a doctor about their concerns.
LARRY is an app-controlled series of smart sensors that works with at-home data. It is automatically self-activated when your loved one is alone at home, and they don’t need to wear a device such as an emergency button. There are no cameras or microphones to install either, making LARRY the perfect solution for those who value their privacy.
Data from the sensors are communicated to the cloud through the LARRY gateway. The gateway is the only device that needs to be plugged in; all the other sensors work with two AA batteries each and can be installed easily using the double-sided tape that is included in the box.
Once LARRY learns your loved one’s routine, it can detect an out-of-routine incident and notify you or anyone you designate, minimizing the amount of time your loved one spends alone after an accident and lowering the risk of serious complications.
Our proprietary technology learns daily routines and then detects emergency situations such as falls and immobility by recognizing these events as out-of-routine incidents. By notifying you about these unexpected situations, LARRY can help reduce the amount of time your loved one spends alone during an accident, lowering the risk of more serious complications.
Because of our unique approach, LARRY can also help monitor trends in at-home habits and help your loved one live a healthier and more independent life. LARRY can bring awareness to changes happening over time so that your loved one can take action or talk to a doctor about their concerns. LARRY does this by communicating with the LARRY mobile app in the form of alarms, reports, and notifications.
How does it work?
Utilizing our sensor-based technology, LARRY lets you keep an eye on your loved one from far away, giving you the peace of mind you want while still respecting your loved one’s privacy. By utilizing the LARRY app, you can check on your loved one at any time without using a camera.
LARRY recognizes out-of-routine incidents, generating alarms when it detects emergency situations involving a fall or immobility. LARRY can send these alarms to anyone you or your loved one designate. The alarms can also go to a non-medical care center of your choice.
Emergency alerts reimagined
LARRY works without the need to wear any devices and works even if your loved one becomes unconscious.
The emergency alert systems in the market today mostly consist of wearables and emergency buttons. Emergency buttons do not work if your loved one becomes unconscious. Most people either do not think that they need an emergency button or do not wear it every day.
Wearable technologies typically need to be charged daily and do not provide coverage while they are being charged. They also only recognize hard falls, leaving your loved one vulnerable to unexpected immobility that can result in other ways.
Get actionable insights and recommendations with LARRY’s reports
Daily routines such as sleep patterns, bathroom usage, and activity levels can be valuable indicators of well-being, and changes in these routines can signal potential problems. LARRY generates reports that show trends over time and sends notifications that encourage your loved one to take specific actions or speak to a doctor about certain patterns, such as changes in appetite, sleep habits, frequency of bathroom use, activity levels and outdoor time, and UV exposure/vitamin D intake.
Indoor Activity Level
Toilet Duration & Frequency
Time Spent Indoors
Time Spent Outdoors
Shower Duration & Frequency
We are a technology startup on a mission to improve lives through data and technology. After our founder had a loved one fall and become unconscious, he researched the market for a solution, but it became quickly obvious that there wasn’t one for this specific problem.
He teamed up with engineers and started working on a solution. This is when the idea for LARRY was born.
Most of the products on the market consist of emergency buttons that do not work if someone falls and becomes unconscious. Of those who own an emergency button, only one in five wear them every day, and wearable devices such as watches and necklaces can only detect hard falls. We wanted to approach the problem differently, using our background in data and technology. We thought that if we had enough data to map out a person’s daily routine, we would also be able to detect a fall. This idea has served as the premise of our first product.
As we continued to gather feedback about LARRY, we realized that we would be able to detect other types of changes that differed from the routine, and not just falls. We thought that some of these changes could be directly tied to certain health conditions because daily routines such as activity levels, sleep patterns and bathroom usage can provide valuable information for staying healthy. We talked to doctors who are experts in their fields, and in line with their feedback, we decided that LARRY should include reports on issues that fall outside of the routine, giving LARRY users information that they can take to their doctors.
Our long-term vision is for LARRY to become the one-stop platform for at-home wellness. Today’s wearable technologies don’t focus on the home; instead, they are geared toward younger audiences on the go. But we are driven to promote general wellness and independence through data and predictive insights at home, improving quality of life and preventing diseases for people living alone.
After a successful initial testing phase and positive user feedback, we are now ready to introduce LARRY to the world. Please join our waitlist to stay up to date with our progress and be the first to know when LARRY is available.
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Does LARRY cover the entire home?
Yes, our system covers the entire home through sensors placed in each room.
What if my loved one falls in the bathroom?
LARRY learns the average time your loved one spends in the bathroom, and it generates an alarm when they stay in the bathroom longer than normal. You and your loved one can also customize this amount of time.
What about pets or visitors?
LARRY can recognize and will ignore pets up to 80 pounds. LARRY can also detect visitors and will automatically reactivate when your loved one is alone again.
What about privacy?
Our sensors do not use any cameras or microphones, so your loved one’s privacy is 100% protected.
What type of installation is required?
The whole system is wireless. Using the double-sided tape provided, you attach the sensors to the walls and under the bed and couch. You then plug in the base to the modem and download the app, and you’re ready to go.
Do you offer a warranty?
We stand behind the quality of our product. If any of our sensors stops working for any reason, we will send you a new one free of charge.
Do I need a smartphone?
Yes, the person who is monitoring their loved one needs a smartphone to use this system.
Can I turn the system off?
Yes, you can switch LARRY off and on from the app on your smartphone any time you want.
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