Digicredis (Digital Creativity in Disability) is a company that develops products and services for disabled and older people. Their WarnHydrate device identifies early signs of dehydration, enabling carers to take quick action to alleviate symptoms like increased falls, UTIs and worsening dementia.

DigiCredis partnered with the Liverpool 5G Consortium on the  Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care Testbed from April 2018 to March 2019

During the project, DigiCredis developed the WarnHydrate device to assist adult domiciliary care services in identifying dehydration in elderly clients via urine analysis, and a prototype was trialled with a social care provider’s client.

You can find more detailed reports about the Liverpool 5G Heath and Social Care Testbed, the partners and the results here.