Social care projects to explore biometrics and exoskeletons

By Martin Ford | 15 November 2018

Projects exploring how exoskeletons and biometrics could be used in social care have been announced.

Care minister Caroline Dinenage unveiled nine successful bids by councils pioneering new technology at the National Children and Adult Social Services’ Conference in Manchester today.

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