Joint Artificial Intelligence Network
JAIN helps people with memory loss improve their quality of life and supports developers and research institutes in developing affordable products and processes for people with memory loss.
Uniting companies and research institutes in the pursuit of solving common challenges in dementia care through smart technology-driven solutions. We pave the way for business growth and the adoption of non-pharmaceutical innovations, armed with insights gained from meticulous needs assessments. By staying at the forefront of emerging business developments, innovations, and technological trends, we drive the creation of new solutions in dementia care.
We don't just stop at ideation; we validate concepts, collaborate with global partners, and inspire companies to enhance dementia care through business and innovation. With tailor-made expert sessions about business, innovations en technologies, we empower businesses to thrive in this noble endeavor.
We are a non-profit foundation supported by the JAIN Expert Committe, our well-distinguished board and leading companies worldwide.
The Dutch JAIN Challenge Winners!
We would like to announce the winning teams of the national edition (2023):
BBrain in the 'Product' category
Shared Decision Making Zeeland in the 'Prototype' category.
BBrain is an excellent solution when it is not possible to be physically present. With the help of BBrain Family you can support your loved ones, for example your mother and father, remotely and help them participate meaningfully in your daily routine. Offer your attention, structure and pleasure when you are not physically present. BBrain focuses on high usage; a slender clock expresses times and parts of the day. In addition, you can make video calls, send messages and photos, manage appointments in the calendar and set reminders for standard medication intake during meals.
Shared Decision Making Zeeland focuses on collecting data and the resulting actions. Shared Decision Making Zeeland offers care to 3 regions in Zeeland and monitoring takes place using sensors. The goal is to work with outcome information within the flexible, with firm indoors and use of the outside door as the most important parameters.
We wish both Samen Beslissen Zeeland and BBrain good luck in their work and of course we thank all companies that participated this year.
Here's to a beautiful and strong sequel! 🏆
Message minister Conny Helder
Conny Helder, Minister of Long-term Care and Sport at the Ministry of Health. As a healthcare professional, Conny Helder has in-depth, extensive experience and knowledge of innovative healthcare systems.