The project put technology in alternative living units that provides round-the-clock medical, recreational, and daily living support to Target’s clients. The Smart Home’s devices are being coordinated by Skayl, a data architecture tools developer and provider. Sonya Hand, Skayl’s director of strategy and marketing told us: “We build an ecosystem based on the context of behavioral, medical and environmental data. For example, once the system is modeled, a mattress sensor can tell how many times a resident gets out of bed and the data can be used to make other things happen in the house, like turning on a light. The sensor can also help detect patterns, like if the resident is restless, or set off an alarm to let someone know a resident is awake.” Sounds promising.