China is entering an aging society, with the elderly population becomes larger, growing more rapidly, and more elderly live alone. In this case, aged care, nursing and medical problems are becoming more and more prominent. The development of traditional aged care institutions and the trend of new generation aged care models are getting more and more attention. In the future, China's aged care industry will develop in three main directions: diversified aged care service models, privatization of public elderly institutions, and smart elderly service models layout speed up. Among them, smart elderly care emphasizes the use of Internet of Things, big data, and smart technology. The smart aged care service utilizes perceptual and intelligent means to construct a living environment with real-time monitoring, intelligent early warning and rapid response to ensure the health and safety of the elderly. In the face of escalating needs, how can elderly care institutions better capture the diverse needs of consumers? How does the elderly care service industry realize smart aged care?
“Aged Care China Summit 2020” will be held in Shanghai on March 5 to 6, 2020. During the event, high-end aged care communities, rehabilitation institutions, aged care operators, real estate developers and various excellent solution providers from home and abroad will gather in Shanghai to discuss the status and trends of China's high-end aged care industry development and share speculative opportunities and operational experience, to exchange the latest development trend of the pension industry, and so as to seek the best partners.