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Intel's Health Application Platform, paired with hardware from Flex, offers a way to remotely monitor patients without the challenges that come with tablet- or smartphone-based solutions.
Researchers at MIT, Harvard, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are closing in on the development of so-called “intelligence bandages” that will dramatically improve healing times, especially in patients with chronic wounds.
The University of California San Diego has teamed with IBM on a multi-year program to enhance quality of life for senior citizens, supported with artificial intelligence.

Dimension Data knows what it takes to stay in the race of ever-changing digital technology. The solution provider has completed thousands of successful IoT projects, including the delivery of a revolutionary viewing experience for fans of the greatest bike race in the world, The Tour de France. Dimension Data is an IoT contender in multiple industries, including education, financial services, and healthcare. To learn more about its strategy in the booming health market, register for our free upcoming event, IoT Connex Virtual, on October 18. 

Looking for fresh lucrative business models? Encon Mechanical explains how IoT is opening doors and creating space for revenue generating services. While known for its contracting expertise, Encon is realizing lots of new business in building automation. 

Smart cities and industry gain real-time, low-cost monitoring with Intel-based Bosch Air Quality Micro Climate Monitoring System (MCMS).

Find out how Cascade3d, together with Intel, is helping to make the IoT a revolutionary reality in healthcare right now. As the IoT expands, Cascade3d's Connected Care* platform is going beyond safe-at-home connectivity, delivering smart devices that help and inform both care work and clinical decisions.

Population health management is turning out to be a hotspot where data collected from IoT sensors has the potential to bring broad rewards, including saving costs and saving lives. IoT health monitoring tools are especially vital for those who don’t have easy access to healthcare. Data streams from those devices can be used alongside clinical data to provide doctors with a clear, near real-time picture of a patient’s health, no matter where the patient lives.

New survey results demonstrate current perceptions in the healthcare industry on how to secure connected medical devices.

Drones are already hitting the skies to conduct specialized tasks, such as delivering packages, shooting aerial surveillance photos, and even dipping and diving to create spectacular light shows. But the sky is the limit when it comes to all the possibilities for drones. A Swedish startup, FlyPulse, is bringing the benefits of IoT transportation to healthcare, building a high-speed drone that can transport life-saving emergency gear—an automated external defibrillator (AED)—to a person’s doorstep.    

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