The first technological laboratory featuring a demonstration and exploration space for assistive robotic technologies and home automation was inaugurated this week.

Grupo Saltó is pleased to announce its participation in the inauguration of the ‘Social Living Lab,’ an innovative technological laboratory that promises to change the lives of people in situations of dependency in Spain.

This project, led by the University of Malaga and the Department of Social Inclusion of the Regional Government of Andalusia as part of the ‘Vivir en casa‘ program, was inaugurated with great enthusiasm. Grupo Saltó takes pride in having contributed two of our advanced SOMCare robots, A-Yud and A-Pren, which will play a crucial role in implementing assistive robotic technologies and home automation in the homes of individuals in situations of dependency.

The ‘Social Living Lab’ is a milestone in robotics and home automation, allowing the exploration and demonstration of cutting-edge devices, smart sensors, social robots, and much more, all designed to enhance the quality of life and autonomy of people in situations of dependency.

This project represents a clear example of collaboration between institutions and a significant step towards the social transfer of knowledge. Grupo Saltó is proud to be part of this initiative aimed at improving the lives of the most vulnerable people in our society.

The ‘Social Living Lab‘ offers a space where researchers, professionals, and organizations can experiment with and test technological innovations that will revolutionize social services. Furthermore, its focus on sustainability, with solar panels and monitoring systems, reflects our commitment to a greener and more efficient future.

In the field of robotics, our SOMCare robots, such as A-Pren, offer personalized interaction and entertainment activities, while A-Yud provides support and communication with family members and healthcare professionals.

Grupo Saltó is committed to innovation and improving the quality of life for people in situations of dependency. We are honored to collaborate on the ‘Social Living Lab,’ and we hope this project continues to drive technological advancements that change lives and promote independence at home.

We continue to enhance the quality of life for individuals.