The devices could help people live independently longer, CNBC reports. [Read More]
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Andrew Hoyle/CNETNest is reportedly looking to integrate smart home devices into senior living facilities to help people live independently longer.
The smart home device maker has been communicating with experts and senior living facilities to pitch the incorporation of its devices, according to a Monday CNBC report.
#Nest is also reportedly exploring the idea of using its tech to predict life-threatening falls.
The smart home device maker isn't the only tech company with an eye on the elderly.
Other companies are also using home sensors to send data to seniors' loved ones through an app.
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