Technology in the healthcare space is evolving at a breakneck pace and network connected devices are part of that transformation. Everything from hospital equipment to pacemakers are becoming digital. These devices can generate enormous amounts of clinically relevant and actionable data that can help practitioners and patients make better decisions.
The advent of wearable computing is just beginning, and it’s not just about fitness bands and smartwatches. Everything from goggles with heads up displays, to smart headphones, to connected personal radiation sensors are making life better and safer for users.
Data from machines, robots, vehicles, and other assets is extremely valuable to manufacturing and industry. This data can give you a total operating picture of facilities and equipment as well as be part of a predictive maintenance and safety program.
Logistics & Transportation
Moving people and things has always been a big and complex business but sensors are making it easier to track and react in real-time to issues. Every mode of transportation can benefit from more data. And, special cases such as food or vaccine shipping.
Home and Building Automation
Our homes and buildings are also becoming increasingly connected which make life more convenient, save energy and cost, and improve health and safety. Smart lighting, smart HVAC, and connected security systems are all emerging areas with huge potential.