Connected Healthcare and mHealth
Applications such as data acquisition and data transfer (e.g. medical device to PDA, laptop, or printer) are growing rapidly, be it for on-site or wide area connectivity. The introduction of low energy Bluetooth (4.0) is starting to drive application development with almost all new smartphones (all iOS and most Android) supporting this technology, providing a ready device to receive and display/manage data from medical monitoring devices.
Wireless means greater mobility, efficiency and follow-up. For example, patients can be monitored at home and medical practitioners have the ability to set patient specific monitoring threshold and response parameters to ensure timely response to a change in a patient’s health.
Healthcare applications include:
- Remote patient monitoring (home, in-patient)
- Out-patient tracking
- Remote diagnostics
- Home Nurse scheduling
- Connectivity of medical devices and equipment
Examples of our work
Background – M2M Connectivity were quick to recognise a major issue with emergency phones working in the NBN environment – if there is a power outage the NBN may not work, causing phone services to become disabled.read more
CardioScan is always looking for ways to enhance the security and reliability of transferring medical data. M2M Connectivity worked with our sister company M2M One to offer …read more
Emergency Vehicle Priority (EVP) Technology enables automatic green lights for emergency vehicles in Brisbane and Gold Coast traffic. The intelligent system uses computer-aided dispatch, GPS and traffic…read more