VA2CS in institutions

Automatically detects falls and notifies your staff when your patients / residents are at risk

In case of any  risk (fall, inadequate position in the bed, rise from bed, walking, very long stay in the bathroom …). The VA2CS system immediately alerts your staff.

Detects and analyses all risky behaviours in each room.

Automatic fall detection

Automatic fall detection with removal of visual doubt (allows to judge the urgency if staff distant from the room).


Getting up from bed, going to the toilet, staying in an armchair for long periods of time.

Multi person detection

Alert in case of two people in a room

The Parts

The VA2CS suite in institutions is made of three components.

Sensors Day and night, are mobile


To receive the mobility alert

Detect and analyze all risky behaviors in a room.

An innovative system and a patented process.

How it works


Frequently asked questions

Since the VA2CS system is interoperable with the majority of patient call systems on the market, the staff can receive alerts on their DECT terminal, only the no-image alert is received. If the staff is equipped with a smartphone with the VA2CS application, they will receive the alert with the associated image. At all time, all alerts can be gotten from a computer in the nurses’ room. It is possible to broadcast the alerts to certain staff, according to criteria, for example: 1st floor alerts for the staff responsible.

The alert is triggered after an immobility check of the person. The duration of this check is configurable, usually between 30 and 90 seconds.

A video of 30 seconds before the alert was triggered is available to staff with the right to view it.

The system makes it possible to visualize the number of falls occurring in a given period, the display and intervention time.

If the actimetry option is activated, it is possible to visualise the rise from bed, bathroom stay time, wheelchair restraint time.

Yes, simply disconnect, move and reconnect the sensor to the VA2CS server (Wifi or local network) and modify the sensor / room identification via the management interface.

The images transmitted by the optical sensors are processed by the software in the server of the institute, without any possible access to them. In case of an alert only, an image and a video of the 30 seconds preceding the alert (option) are generated and stored for 15 days.

When an alert is generated, the alert information (sensor identification, alert date, display date and intervention date and associated image) are retained. None of this data is kept longer than 15 days. During this period, they are encrypted and only accessible to authorized personnel. These data are not considered health data.