The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) has entered into a liaison agreement with Continua Health Alliance.
The liaison agreement will allow both organizations to benefit from CABA’s collaborative research study “Aging in the Connected Home.” The study will examine and determine potential connected home product, service and business opportunities based on needs and expectations of the senior consumer market to support aging-in-place.
“CABA is thrilled to have entered into an agreement with Continua Health Alliance,” said Ronald J. Zimmer, CABA president and CEO. “Our organization is a leader in developing actionable, collaborative industry research. We look forward to working with the Alliance to strengthen CABA’s Research Program.”
“We are excited to begin working with CABA,” said Chuck Parker, executive director, Continua Health Alliance. “This partnership will allow us to examine new cost-effective ways to enable individuals who wish to remain living independently in their own homes for as long as possible to use personal connected healthcare to do so.”
During the past several years, CABA has focused on working collaboratively with multiple organizations that are also committed to expanding integrated systems for connected homes and intelligent buildings.