Introducing AbiBird: A brand new way for older Australians to retain their independence

Australians are living longer, and most people want to retain their independence and remain in their own home.

‘Ageing in place’, as it is referred to by the health and government sectors, has a host of benefits, but there are some risks as well.

The reality is:

  • one in three people aged 65+ has a substantial fall each year
  • one in two people aged 80+ has multiple falls per year
  • thirty per cent of people who fall need medical attention.

AbiBird is designed to help give families peace of mind that their loved ones are ok, and alert them if something is not.

AbiBird is a small, unobtrusive device that can be placed on a wall or a shelf. It uses world-first intelligent technology and a discreet motion sensor to track ‘normal’ day and night activity that is displayed on Smartphones via an app. A quick glance at the app will confirm that your loved one is going about their routine as usual. If activity exceeds normal routines, or motion stops, AbiBird will immediately send an alert to you and your nominated network.

A key difference between AbiBird and alternative products is that AbiBird offers wireless, unobtrusive monitoring without the need for a wearable device or a telephone or internet connection. Also, as there’s no camera or audio recording, privacy is maintained.



No need for cables, no electricity,  no Wi-Fi, no 3G/4G



Real-time notifications via the app and e-mail. Notifications can be shared with different users

Long life battery

Long life battery

up to 12 months 4 x AA batteries

Quick Installation

Quick Installation

Simple to install

Register your interest!

AbiBird is looking for 500 families to participate in FREE trials, in Moreton Bay QLD, Perth and Mandurah WA and Adelaide SA, from December 2017 to February 2018.


To be eligible participants must:

  • be 65 or older and living alone or with a partner in Moreton Bay, Perth, Mandurah or Adelaide and be willing to have one or two AbiBirds installed in their home for the trial period
  • have a family member, friend or carer(s) who live in a different property and are willing to download and use the app on their smartphone
  • be willing to complete a short anonymous survey after 6 weeks with any feedback they have.

To register your interest, complete the form, including the street address and suburb of the older person’s home in which AbiBird will be trialled. AbiBird will then get in touch with you.


Following the trials, AbiBird will be launching to the rest of Australia and globally throughout 2018.


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