Situated throughout the Piazza of Finlandia Hall, and opening on to Helsinki Foyer, the Exhibition Area seamlessly integrates the exhibitors and creates an experiential learning environment within this important event. The Exhibitors at the Silver Economy Forum include:
Home Instead Senior Care
“Welcome Home!” Visit the Home Instead Senior Care booth and experience first-hand what aging in place looks and feels like. Talk with the world’s leading experts in home care to learn about the services, resources and technology available to aging adults around the world who want to age in place.
Philips is a leading health technology company focused on improving people’s health and enabling better outcomes across the health continuum – from healthy living and prevention, to diagnosis, treatment and home care.
Nutricia pioneers nutritional solutions that help people live longer, more joyful and healthier lives. Pass by their transporter bicycle to learn about the role of medical nutrition in aging and health. Nutricia is joined by Chef Preston Walker at the Silver Economy Forum, an award-winning chef with 25-years’ experience and a standing member of the Chef’s Council, an international, multi-disciplinary network of experts that is setting the standards for creating enjoyable, safe and nutritious food for older people with swallowing problems.
A global enterprise developing innovative products and services that reflect their core competencies in the Life Science fields of health care and nutrition. Enjoy a refreshing Berocca vitamin drink while experiencing a VR journey, a “painted” dancer and a special aging suit.
Intel Innovation Pavilion Sponsored by Intel
Known for “making possible the most amazing experiences of the future,” Intel has gathered a group of exceptional start-ups, and legacy brands, whose innovations are centered on adapting technology to the challenges of older people.
Age Care Technologies
A new, innovative company that offers solutions for care planning, training of caregivers and a unique database highlighting effective interventions based on 30 years of research and development.
VideoVisit® is a Nordic health technology and consultation company, developing digital outpatient care solutions for home care and healthcare sectors. With VideoVisit®’s virtual care solution, now covering over 100 municipalities and hospital districts in Finland, care providers can offer more efficient home care and rehabilitation services without compromising quality of care.
The Swiss company Caru developed the world’s first smart sensor for the care sector. It enhances well-being and quality of life for its users and empowers
people who need assistance, due to age or illness, to remain independent and to stay in touch with their loved ones. The Caru concept has received multiple awards and has been acclaimed by market experts as a game-changer in the field of AgeTech.
Embr Labs will be demonstrating the Embr Wave, a unique bracelet that warms or cools – making the user feel 5 degrees more comfortable. In addition to providing thermal comfort, the Embr Wave has been known to help with sleep, stress, pain and hot flashes. Temperature can also have the potential to impact social and emotional responses and may have implications for loneliness. Started as a student project at MIT, Embr Labs is now striving to bring thermal wellness to the world.
Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA)
Recognizing the needs and values of the older people in the Great Manchester communities, GMCA has become a leading example of the services and innovations that define age-friendly cities. The activation, engagement and support of their older community members under the auspices of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority, make Great Manchester, according to its residents, “the best place ever to live in the future.”
Global Coalition on Aging
The world’s leading business voice on aging -related policy and strategy, Global Coalition on Aging will be sharing some of the innovative thinking and challenging issues that define this massive social transformation. Short films featuring topics relating to the aging of society health, education, caregiving, technology, social transformation, entertainment and more – as well as related printed material – will be featured within the GCOA Viewing Center.
The Intelligent Home
Intelligent Home presents a Finnish smart way of life for older people and others who need care to live independently at home. Intelligent Home is a place where you can find a number of Finnish technology innovations to support living at home. For instance, sensor-based services unobtrusively monitor the older person’s health condition, sleep or daily routines and alert exceptions; a smart ollator motivates them to take extra steps; and a medicine dispensing robot safely delivers the right medicine at the right time and at the same time saves public homecare costs. In the background, there is the reliable and safe national data repository called Kanta, to which smart wellness devices at home can be connected to provide rich data to healthcare professionals, for bettercare decisions. Comeand check the smart way to support older adults’ living at home in Finland.