Smart Tech for Persons With Disabilities - Food Management
Five technologies that can help disabled persons with food management are artificial intelligence, smart grocery planning and shopping, alarms and sensors, smart fridges, and smart nutrition. These five technologies can provide disabled persons with independence, increased safety, and an overall better quality of life. Some examples of these technologies include smart fridges, smart kitchen scales, voice-activated assistants, and barcode scanners that order groceries for you.
Details regarding each technology have been entered into the food tab of this spreadsheet. For each technology, you will find an explanation of what the technology is, a few companies that currently make items that have that technology, and an overview of how that technology helps disabled persons be more independent.