The demand for IoT enabled healthcare is on the rise

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The usage of the IoT in healthcare has sharply increased across various specific Internet of Things use cases. According to a report by Abura Networks, by next year, 87% of healthcare organizations will have adopted IoT. More than three quarters of these organizations believe that the technology will transform the healthcare industry.

From 2018 until 2022, growth in IoT healthcare applications is indeed poised to accelerate as the Internet of Things is a key component in the digital transformation of the healthcare industry and various stakeholders are stepping up their efforts. There is an increasing consciousness and engagement of consumers with regards to their health. This keeps the demand for remote and home possibilities growing. Providing better quality care remains the main goal, along with reducing healthcare expenditure. A more integrated and IoT-enabled approach proves essential in all these areas.

Remote health monitoring is easily possible, thanks to the Internet of Things. This partially helps solve the rise of chronic diseases, among others due to an aging population (but not just that). Remote health monitoring is also ideal when patients live in remote areas. There is a broad range of (specialized) wearables and biosensors, along with other medical devices, available today that enables remote health monitoring.

Remote health monitoring also offers healthcare stakeholders to analyze data from these wearables and other devices. This enables new insights as the combination of big data, analytics, IoT etc. tends to do.

The demand for IoT enabled healthcare is on the rise

Pinmicro exhibits at IoT India Expo 2019

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Pinmicro showcased its products and solutions at the 3rd IoT India Expo, 2019, which was held on January 29-31, at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The event brought together an impressive line-up of industry leaders, exhibiting trail breaking solutions in the IoT sector. The event was enriched by 700+ exhibitors and saw a footfall of 25,000+ visitors. The attendees heard from 200+ keynote speakers who spoke on diverse developments gaining pace in the field of IoT, Artificial Intelligence and more.

Exhibiting at the event, Pinmicro organized demos of our flagship products and solutions providing indoor micro location and activity analysis. The 3 day event, buzzling with activity, brought across plenty of networking opportunities – from large corporates to young tech startups, from emerging and developed markets – along with high-level entrepreneurs, accelerators, incubators and academia.

We had a large audience turnout on all the three days of the expo, and we were able to connect with many major companies expressing interest in our products, said Mr. Mathew Jaison, Manager, Sales, Pinmicro.
“It was wonderful platform with an immense potential to network and gather more knowledge about the trends in the industry”, said Mr. Nidheesh K S, Manager, Products, Pinmicro.

Pinmicro exhibits at IoT India Expo 2019