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Software firm aims to give People Power with care and connectivity

Software company People Power has launched the Presence Family Care Pack – a remote senior care and family connectivity product. The solution, backed by academic research, incorporates People Power’s patent-pending machine learning algorithms to continuously learn patterns of behaviour in the home. Using AI-powered fall detection, Presence Family Care also provides insights and alerts to…

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Care providers more susceptible to cyberattacks than ever, study suggests

Care providers are more susceptible to cyberattacks than ever, according to new research from digital platform security firm Irdeto. The Irdeto Global Connected Industries Cybersecurity Survey of 232 security decision makers in organisations in the healthcare sector (700 respondents in total) found that 82% have experienced an IoT-focused cyberattack in the past year. Of the organisations hit…

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How connectivity can be turned into a competitive advantage

The main connectivity objectives in the medical device world are data capture and use, device control and local information display. Underpinning these objectives is data transmission and the spectre looming ever larger is data security, as Tim Portass, technical director at Staffordshire-based app technology firm ARC Development explains. Connectivity shouldn’t be a problem, the IoT…

Martyn Williams, managing director of COPA-DATA UK, discusses the potential of the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) for the pharmaceutical industry
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Finding the cure for industrial connectivity in pharma

Martyn Williams, managing director of industrial automation software company COPA-DATA UK, discusses the potential of the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) for the pharmaceutical industry Mobile, wearable and even implantable, smart technologies play a vital role in today’s healthcare sector. In the United Kingdom, the industry is experiencing a significant pace of growth. Last year, over 1,000 life…

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