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In both supply chain management and healthcare--as well as business operations in general--the Internet of Things is speeding up many processes and analyzing data to help make better business intelligence decisions at all levels of business--both in the early supply chain stages and in the delivery of information to clients/patients/healthcare professionals.
AI-enabled technologies are simultaneously extending, complementing and jeopardizing global healthcare efforts. The road ahead for "Dr. AI" looks precarious yet promising.
The lack of patient adherence to their prescribed medical regimen in the United States is an overlooked but prevalent problem, and IoT solutions could play an important role in changing this reality.
Increasing acceptance of the Internet of Things has potentially life-saving applications within the healthcare industry.
New healthcare apps are essential to achieving modern healthcare missions, so let’s look at the two challenges of leveraging cloud resources and orchestrating stakeholders to achieve successful rollouts.
What do "things" represent in the Internet of Things? They can be anything from a tractor to a thermostat to a shipping container!
Today, wearable medical devices enabled by the IoT are playing a significant role in healthcare industry by offering the information that is essential for the patients to have a control on their health outcomes. This article sheds some light on the need for these devices and focuses majorly on their applications.
IoTSWC 2019, which will be held from 29th to 31st October at Fira de Barcelona’s Gran Via venue, will be based around nine core themes: open industry; technologies enabling IoT, connected transport; manufacturing; energy and supplies; healthcare; construction and infrastructures; artificial intelligence; blockchain. There will be over 200 sessions, including talks, round tables and presentations, and more than 400 speakers are expected to participate.
IoT technologies are expanding into new sectors every day. Let's discuss healthcare, agriculture and transportation IoT use cases.
Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) can solve many problems in hospitals. Pinpointing where people and things are when time matters is vital.