Published Date: April 25th 2023
Page Length: 576
This book is based on this background to carry out research, relying on modular design theory, combined with our country's current actual situation to analyze problems, solve problems, and study the various elements of intelligent product design for the elderly. This book explains the current situation of the needs of the elderly for smart products, shows users the problems that the elderly have in the process of using smart products, and derives the needs of the elderly for smart products, and combines this demand point with intelligence. Corresponding design methods to further summarize the idea of modular design of smart products for the elderly. The research provides relevant explanations for the characteristics of the human society, focusing on careful analysis of the relevant content of the intelligent age. The research analyzes and explains the definition and characteristics of the elderly, focusing on the elderly's medical care, smart medical care, elderly health care, and life smart products. At the same time, the mental characteristics and self-recognition of the elderly in the smart era described. This book answered questions such as "Where are the difficulties for the elderly in using smart products"? How to facilitate the use of smart products by the elderly? Can smart products solve the problem of "elderly people living alone"?, and introduced related products used by the elderly related to smart products and the Internet. What needs to be emphasized is that in this age of increasing aging, the market for the elderly and their consumption levels continue to improve, but their quality of life, especially their family medical conditions, needs to be improved. Today's home medical equipment has many problems, and there is room for great improvement in function and appearance. Most of the functions of home medical equipment are extremely single, and the advantage of low integration is that it is convenient to use and does not require training for users. Although devices with complex functions are a burden to the aging body and memory of the elderly, overly simple devices can also cause functional obstacles. In this case, intelligent home medical equipment is necessary. In addition to the ability of intelligent home medical equipment to respond to human commands, its focus should be on intelligence. Intelligentization requires that the basic functions of the device include tracking the physical condition of the elderly and respond appropriately to various conditions.