A leading IoT platform for state-of-the-art Healthcare
IOT provides promising capabilities to the healthcare industry – owing to which, healthcare sector is one of the leading sectors to adopt Internet of Things at a very rapid rate. Integration of IoT features into the medical equipment and devices enhances the potentiality, quality, effectiveness and capabilities of the medical devices and thus brings huge benefits for the patients who need constant monitoring, supervision and support. This is especially helpful for the elderly and the persons with end-stage diseases. In the near future, there is a huge possibility of availing extremely accessible, personalized healthcare services owing to the fact that the spending on IoT would reach $1 trillion by 2025.
KernelSphere – with its open-source platform, astute understanding of the software systems and expertise helps OEMs and healthcare system integrator form cross-device connectivity and implement smart features into medical equipment and software systems. Those companies serving healthcare needs of the masses trusted KernelSphere solutions and functionalities for their purpose have achieved IoT quite efficiently at a very low cost.
Fully addressing the mission-critical nature of the IoT in Healthcare and the need of companies for total control over their product’s lifecycle, KernelSphere’s open-source feature provides verifiable reliability, scalability, and full ownership of your KernelSphere-powered solution.
What you can do with KernelSphere
Ability to manage virtually any number of devices
Automated device-to-analytics data flow
Remote monitoring of patient’s health statistics
Remote device configuration and tuning
Hospital asset management
Predictive device maintenance
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