Amazon Echo (Alexa) controlled Hill-Rom P3200E VersaCare hospital bed

At Access Redefined, we are able to provide accessibility solutions using a variety of input methods including voice activation. For example, here is a sample of our Amazon Echo (Alexa) controlled Hill-Rom P3200E VersaCare hospital bed via a simple plug in custom P3207A -01 hospital bed pendant. This device was produced for users who no longer had the dexterity to use the bedside remote to activate the bed controls with their hands. Using their voice, the user can now raise or lower the head and foot of the bed separately. The duration of the action (up or down) can be adjusted. Also the same voice command can be given multiple times to move different distances. 

As an added functionality, we are able to provide voice activation through an Amazon Echo to create a versatile hub to control many appliances and environmental controls. For example, here is our device receiving commands through an Amazon Echo (Alexa) to control a pillow speaker (room remote) to give voice control over the lights, TV, and nurse call bell at Mount Sinai Hospital. Together with our voice activated hospital bed controller, a patient has full control with just their voice.

Access Redefined provides home automation services and environmental control solutions using a variety of input sources, not limited to voice activation. We are able to create one-button universal remotes as well as provide facial recognition and motion detection interfaces for activation of household appliances and environmental controls. 

For more info:

https://bobparadiso.com/2018/03/22/amazon-echo-controlled-hill-rom-hospital-bed-in-hospital/

https://bobparadiso.com/2017/04/28/one-button-universal-remote-v2/