SOFTBANK will provide a “Mimamori Service” from December 19th, which can watch the safety of elderly people living alone.
The watching family who is living away from the intended use can check the use of smartphones and home appliances of the elderly who are watching through the app.
Supporting the optional IoT product “Mimamori Battery” (3190 yen excluding tax) is a feature of the service. Trends can be tracked by putting the same AA-size battery into a product that older people usually use.
▲ AA batteries are contained in the AA battery type product, and when using home appliances, the usage status is sent to the elderly smartphone via Bluetooth. A maximum of 3 Morimori batteries can be registered per user.