Dynamic Sensor System for bed exit detection

The wireless bed exit warning system for dementia sufferers and fall-prone individuals

The mobile sensor pad for bed flush detection results from a development project with nursing homes and university clinics and is based on many years of experience. Improving the quality of life of affected people and reducing safety-related risk factors such as falls and the resulting risk of injury were decisive factors in the development.

Flexible use – in care and clinics

The air-filled sensor pad can be an alternative to undesirable measures that deprive people of their freedom of movement, and can also contain the associated ethical conflicts. 

The mobility and quality of life of affected people can be significantly improved, while at the same time increasing resident safety through immediate alerting in an emergency. A major advantage of the system is its flexibility. The sensor pad is simply placed laterally under the mattress. In order to minimize the risk of injury, the use of a low bed is recommended, optimally in connection with a fall mat.

The system can be connected to existing call systems via radio transmitter.

The sensor pad is simply placed under the side of the mattress.

The Dynamic Sensor System - Safety you can't see.

Acoustic signal when patient sits
on the edge of the bed

… climbs over the side rail

… is entangled in the side rail

… is in danger of falling out of bed

Do you want a permanently integrated system with extended functionality? The bed exit system integrated into the lying surface enables a wide range of connection and evaluation options.


The combination of the Dynamic Sensor System and our low clinic bed Impulse 400 KL means that, in many cases, the use of restraining measures is unnecessary.


  • Compatible with all common patient call systems or radio bells
  • Simple set-up
  • Wireless alarm signal transmission
  • Invisible sensor system
  • Flexible application
  • Easy placement under the mattress
  • Reclining comfort is not compromised
  • Alarm is triggered in all mattress positions


  • Five zones for optimum reclining comfort
  • Good ventilation via cross-profiling
  • Edge and central zone reinforcement
  • Good body awareness for patients


  • Who suffer from dementia
  • Who require monitoring (tendency to wander off, nocturnal agitation, risk of falling, etc.)
  • With heart problems, prostate problems, sleep disorders, etc., for monitoring
  • With delirium, e.g. postoperative delirium
  • Who have the tendency to disturb other residents
  • Who experience nocturnal disorientation
  • Who are unable to press the button
  • Who refuse bed rails
  • Who suffer from coordination difficulties, e.g. MS or Parkinson's disease