Tochtech Technologies – CTAAN partnership supports healthy aging in northern and remote communities

By | Sleepsense


Tochtech Technologies is pleased to announce a partnership with the CTAAN National Innovation Hub to support aging in northern and rural communities. Tochtech’s technology solutions that support healthy aging and better connecting caregivers with seniors are being evaluated by the CTAAN team. Amongst the products being evaluated by the team is Tochtech’s latest innovation, Toch Sleepsense. Toch Sleepsense , regarded as the next-generation bed alarm was awarded the winner of the 2020 AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge.

CTAAN is a unique partnership between AGE-WELL, Northern Health and UNBC which has been tasked with breaking the barriers to the adoption of technologies that can help older residents of northern and rural communities age happily and healthily in those communities. “Our partnership with CTAAN is a great opportunity for remote communities to benefit from our products. Seniors everywhere have been greatly impacted by COVID, and family caregivers as well as senior care industry stakeholders are seeking new and innovative ways to support seniors remain safe and healthy. I am confident our products can play a role.” said Jessica Yang, CEO of Tochtech.

“The Sleepsense system was set up in minutes and is easy to use. Sleep statistics, heart rate and breathing rate are neatly and effectively displayed” reported Richard McAloney, Executive Director of CTAAN.

“Our partnership with Tochtech will allow us to increase awareness of Sleepsense throughout the region and co-develop effective, integrated solutions to support older adults and caregivers” added McAloney.

For more information on Toch Sleepsense please visit

2020 Wrap Up

By | Sleepsense, Smarturns, Vericare, Voice Technology

As 2020 comes to a close the team at Tochtech Technologies would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support and business.

2020 has been the most challenging year for most of our clients who work with seniors and in the care sector, or are family caregivers. We would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for the amazing work you are doing in supporting our seniors.

Like most businesses the world over, Tochtech has had to adjust to the pandemic restrictions and are happy to report we were able to do this without major disruption to our operations. Some 2020 highlights for Tochtech include winning the 2020 AGEWELL National Competition with our latest Toch Sleepsense bed sensor and the validation of this new technology with a number of pilots at care homes throughout BC. This year also saw us expand our partnerships with a number of local partners that include, and Age Friendly Business ,and increase our global reach in Australia and New Zealand. 2020 has seen our business in China progress with the establishment of a joint venture with a local enterprise and the formation of a wholly owned subsidiary.

As we look forward to this year ending and towards 2021 with much hope, the team at Tochtech wish you a very happy holiday season.

Tochtech Technologies signs exclusive partnership with Australian HSC Technology Group (ASX:HSC)

By | Sleepsense

Tochtech Technologies is pleased to announce it has signed an exclusive marketplace partnership with Australian HSC Technology Group Limited(ASX:HSC) for sale and distribution of Toch Sleepsense, Tochtech’s award-winning sleep safety and monitoring technology.

HSC Technology Group is a Software as a Service (SaaS) data analytics company that uses next generation Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to deliver decision-making insights that improve people’s safety, independence, autonomy and most importantly improve their lives.

“We are delighted to add an innovative piece of IoT technology such as Tochtech’s Sleepsense to the company’s healthcare suite,” Graham Russell said.

“Sleepsense is unique in the market as it is not affected by the issues that wearable devices may have and provides an unintrusive means of identifying accurate body movement and vital signs no matter where the sleeper is positioned.

“The device will be invaluable for the aged care industry as it alerts caregivers when a resident experiences a health risk, such as an abnormal heart or breathing rate during sleep, meaning staff will be able to respond quicker and provide care based on real-time information.

“It will also be ideal as a smart home peripheral as it includes a sleep analysis feature and, promotes and encourages good sleep habits to benefit the health and wellbeing of your children and family.”

The agreement covers the Australian and New Zealand territories. HSC will integrate Sleepsense into its proprietary TALIUS platform, to further enhance the functionality available to HSC’s customers.

Tochtech Technologies CEO and co-founder Jessica Yang said she was very excited to expand their reach into Australia and New Zealand, to help underpin their global growth vision.

“Our company has been working hard to come up with an innovative product that makes a difference for long-term care and assisted living residences as well as home use,” she said. “As we have seen the toll that COVID-19 has taken on nursing and care staff and seniors has been immense, and Sleepsense provides an extra resource to help reduce fatigue while increasing care levels.

“I’m sure it will be well received in these new markets and look forward to working with HSC as part of their healthcare solutions.”

Toch Sleepsense is a non-wearable sleep tracker the size of a mobile phone that is placed under the leg or frame of the bed. It uses high-precision sensors and algorithms to measure BCG waves (ballistic forces generated by the heart) and reports heart and respiration rates, monitors sleep patterns and quality, and issues alerts to carers or nursing staff when a health risk is identified during sleep. Toch Sleepsense won the 2020 Canadian Age Well National Impact Challenge.

For more information on Toch Sleepsense please visit

Fleetwood Place to pilot Toch Sleepsense bed sensor

By | Sleepsense

Tochtech Technologies and Fleetwood Place are about to embarked on a pilot program of Tochtech’s latest Sleepsense bed sensor. Fleetwood Place is a residential care facility offering Long Term Care that is based in Surrey. Both Tochtech and Fleetwood Place beli eve that this latest technology can play a role in supporting care staff in ensuring residents are safe and are notified of emergencies in a timely manner.

“The objective of the pilot is for Fleetwood Place staff and management to understand how Sleepsense can be effectively integrated with their current systems and operations. We are also looking for feedback to further improve our technology, and pilot programs are an excellent way of working with the community.” said Jessica Yang, CEO of Tochtech.

Placed under the frame of the bed, Sleepsense is able to detect body movement, in and out of bed status and vital signs (heart and breathing rate). Real time alerts are then sent directly to caregivers’ smartphones or a nurse call


system when a health or safety risk is identified. Sleepsense ensures care staff are constantly updated on the status of residents without having to physically check on them, and alerted on residents most in need of assistance. This new technology offers residents increased safety, especially high risk residents in Assisted Living and Long Term Care. Toch Sleepsense was the recent winner the 2020 AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge Competition.

Senior living providers interested in participating in the Sleepsense pilot program can contact Tochtech at 1-800-360-1286 or

Watch the Toch Sleepsense video