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SystemOne uses Vodafone IoT platform to connect developing healthcare institutions

Connected health company SystemOne is helping upgrade accessibility for medical devices and systems in the developing world. The company is leveraging Vodafone’s Internet of Things (IoT) SIM and Managed IoT Connectivity Platform to enable secure and consistent connections to healthcare facilities. The company helps connect devices and labs in technologically-isolated places, capturing and transmitting data…

Valencell, a developer of wearable biometric data sensor technology has filed patent infringement lawsuits against both Apple and Fitbit for technology used
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Patent infringement lawsuits filed against Apple and Fitbit

Valencell, a developer of wearable biometric data sensor technology, has filed patent infringement lawsuits against both Apple and Fitbit for technology used in their wearable fitness devices Valencell filed the patent infringement lawsuits in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina with the company asserting that Apple’s and Fitbit’s products…

The Living in Digital Times conferences are being held at the CES 2016 event on 6-9 January, at the Las Vegas Convention and World Trade Center (LVCC)
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Living in Digital Times conference to take place at CES

The Living in Digital Times conferences are being held at the CES 2016 event on 6-9 January, at the Las Vegas Convention and World Trade Center (LVCC), Las Vegas The conference programs cover technology in a variety of lifestyle categories including digital health and fitness. Living in Digital Times looks at the context that surrounds…

igital health is revolutionising healthcare. In 2016 the way we access a GP, receive medicine or see our health records will change. Lu Rahman takes
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Why 2016 will be critical for UK healthcare

Digital health is revolutionising healthcare. In 2016 the way we access a GP, receive medicine or see our health records will change. Lu Rahman takes a snap shot of some of the changes that took place in 2015, paving the way for a new and improved healthcare system What a pleasure it was to read…

EarlySense and Herman Miller-Nemschoff have entered into a co-marketing agreement for health monitoring chairs that are pre-enabled to accept contact-free
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Collaboration to provide health monitoring chairs

EarlySense and Herman Miller-Nemschoff have entered into a co-marketing agreement for health monitoring chairs that are pre-enabled to accept contact-free, sensor-based monitoring   The Herman Miller chairs will use EarlySens’s technology to allow caregivers the ability to monitor patient’s heart and respiratory rates and their status in the chair with motion alerts for things like…

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