In the interest of Guests’ comfort and wellbeing, the Resort has collaborated with the University of Camerino and the Marche Polytechnic University to install a range of smart-home and telemedicine technologies in all accommodation structures.

This is achieved using non-intrusive sensors (no video cameras), which: analyse the individual’s gait to assess the risk of falling and provide an alert if a fall does occur; analyse the heartbeat and signal any irregularities; measure blood pressure, breathing, calorie consumption, activity levels, sleep quality and the intensity and location of stress (both in the home and elsewhere). They will also feature a service that reminds Guests when it is time to take their medication, and confirm that it has been taken. These sensors focus on the individual, but there will be additional sensors monitoring air and water quality.

The instruments, which are supplemented by audio communication for use in emergencies, will make it possible to support guests when they are out and about, transmitting data to the Resort’s own medical centre and a monitoring clinic, as well as the Guest’s own doctor and even – upon the request of the individual concerned – to family members.

This ongoing monitoring process makes it possible to promote exercise and push Guests, young and old alike, to increase their level of physical activity in complete safety, even if they have health issues. The early indications provided by this data, which may suggest additional focus on certain areas, are most reassuring to those involved.

The guest is invited to undergo a check-up on arrival, resulting in the creation of a personalised, electronic health card which stores a wealth of health information that might prove essential in all sorts of situations, wherever in the world the individual happens to be.

A nurse is on hand at our clinic 6 days a week.

Different medical specialists (cardiologist, neurologist, dietitian, orthopaedic specialist etc.) are available for consultations on a rotating basis.

On-site analysis with link-up to the INRCA clinic (National Institute for Housing and Caring for the Elderly) in Ancona.