IoT in Health

IoT in Health

Laboratory-based IoT: is connectivity new in the realm of science?

The Internet of Things is broadly defined as “the interconnection via the Internet of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send...

Sensor City welcomes new local and international tenants

A raft of businesses focused on driving innovation in sports technology, tele-rehabilitation and cloud platforms have signed up as tenants at Liverpool’s new center...

Q&A: Blue Cross Blue Shield MA – how IoT is changing...

Internet of Business spends five minutes with Bruce Nash, chief physician officer, Blue Cross Blue Shield Massachusetts, talking IoT and its impact on the future...

Elemental Machines uses AT&T IoT tech to make lab equipment smarter

Elemental Machines is using IoT technology from American telecom giant AT&T in a bid to make its critical lab equipment smarter. The Massachusetts-based company uses...

Americans happy to share data in emergencies, but snooping fears remain

The majority of US consumers would happily share their personal data with police or healthcare providers via IoT devices, but there are limits to what...

Nokia OZO: Where virtual reality and brain surgery meet

Virtual reality gets most coverage from its use in gaming, but it has many more applications, including some with the potential to save or...

New spray-on nanomesh wearables could bolster health monitoring

Researchers at the University of Tokyo have developed a mesh-based substance known as nanomesh that could be used to make wearable health monitors. The research...

“Scary” number of healthcare IT execs put faith in inadequate IoT...

More than 70 percent of healthcare IT decision makers (ITDMs) believe that traditional security products can secure IoT-onnected medical devices. That’s according to a survey...

Healthcare IoT world must prepare for GDPR, lawyers warn

The makers of connected medical devices had better sit up and take note of the European Union's incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), as...

Drayson signs new healthcare IoT deal with Oxford University and NHS...

Healthcare IoT specialist Drayson Technologies has announced a five-year strategic research agreement with Oxford University and Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) NHS Foundation Trust in the...

Malawi and Unicef open air space for drone deliveries

Unicef has joined forces with the government of Malawi to set up an air corridor to test humanitarian drone applications. Some 80km of air space...

Is IoT the right prescription for getting patients to take their...

Prescription drugs are a fact of life for millions of people worldwide. Some medicine is administered by healthcare professionals in clinics and hospitals; in...