Pinmicro, Japan partners with Tenxhealth Technologies, India to build advanced RTLS patient care solutions in healthcare

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Kochi, India, January 7, 2019 : We are happy to announce the signing of our new technology partnership with Tenxhealth Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Coimbatore, a leading healthcare technology solution provider in India. Tenxhealth will leverage Pinmicro’s location detection platform to build an IoT enabled Real Time Location Tracking Solution (RTLS) for hospitals.

The solution can be harnessed for a host of functions like patient, asset tracking, medical equipment monitoring and utilization, environment monitoring and more. It also allows easy integration with existing Hospital Information Systems (HIS)

‘We are excited to work with Tenxhealth to enable them to utilize the capabilities of our platform to derive operational as well as business benefits. Our Eduplus and Eventplus solutions for schools and events have found good traction in India during the last three years and were looking forward to explore potential  of our RTLS platform for Healthcare space and we found  Tenxhealth as the perfect partner in this endeavour.  said Mr. Mitsuru Akoh, Director, Sales, Pinmicro, Japan.

‘Pinmicro as one of the world’s best BLE enabled RTLS platform company is industry agnostic, agile, robust and with outstanding customer support services. With our deep domain knowledge and decades experience in healthcare, we can build cost effective and technologically  advanced indoor  tracking solutions  for hospitals, laboratories and clinics to immensely improve their operational efficiencies, quality of care and patient experience. Pinmicro and Tenxhealth technology partnership for RTLS and IoT enabled solutions is all set to transform healthcare in a manner GPS transformed the auto and travel industry .We are very proud to be associated with Pinmicro and hope to deliver enhanced value and customer experience and keep exploring  more opportunities in digital and connected  health’ U K Ananthapadmanabhan, Smart Hospital consultant and Director ,Tenxhealth Technologies.

[Mr U K Ananthapadmanabhan ,Director  Tenxhealth Technologies and Mr Mitsuru,Akoh, Director, Sales, Pinmicro,Japan signing a  partnership  agreement at Kochi ,India on 7th  January 19]

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Pinmicro, Japan partners with Tenxhealth Technologies, India to build advanced RTLS patient care solutions in healthcare

Losing your things is a story of the past

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You kept your keys somewhere and now it appears to be nowhere, certainly not in the racket by the side of the door where they are supposed to be found, and now you are over an hour late for work! Kitchen, drawers, work bag, and wait! Finally, there it is under the courier packet that you brought in last night!

Losing things is irritating, and yet many a time we are forgetful. Phycologists say that an average person misplaces up to 9 items a day, and one-third of the respondents in a poll suggested that they spent an average of 15 minutes a day searching for items – cell phones and keys top the list, according to an online survey including 3,000 people, published by a British company.

This is where beacon-based tracking devices come in. These devices give you the easiest and most efficient way to track and locate any of your things that you have misplaced, forgot or lost. All you have to do is this- Purchase the tracker device and attach it to any of the things you don’t want to lose or misplace, but usually do. Whenever you want to locate the item, you can just ring the device from the tracker app on your phone or from the website to know where it is. In case you lose your things, the app also lets you track the location and time at which it was last found, so that you can locate and recover it easily.

So, if you are a person who routinely misplaces your things, go get a beacon tracker device now. No more digging through your bag wondering what you did with your car keys or glasses. No more tearing apart your couch wondering where the remote control is hiding.

 

 

Losing your things is a story of the past

Business matching with event analytics solutions – Gain the most out of each event you attend

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Many of the attendees have one thing in common when they come to attend events – networking. While attendees know the importance of networking, many of them would find it difficult to determine whom they should meet and find common grounds with potential connections. The uncertainty and frustration many of your attendees feel towards networking create a huge opportunity for event planners to create extraordinary value at their events. Wearable beacon technology is the perfect tool to help your attendees create meaningful connections.

Before your event, you determine the criteria you want to use to create networking recommendations. Defined criteria can be job function, industry or department, geographical location etc. For even more specific categorization, attendees can provide more information during the event registration process. This information can be used to create additional networking criteria and a list of suitable connections for each attendee.

When your attendees arrive, they receive a lanyard with a wearable beacon device attached to it. The beacon transfers the user profile information to the event application. By combining mobile event app and wearable beacon technology, you can offer superior networking experiences to your attendees. Beacons know the attendees’ positions in relation to one another. Using that data, notifications can be pushed through the event app, to alert users when they are close to one of their matches. Event attendees don’t have to guess anymore about who to approach, and whether they are speaking to the right person. Pre-loaded profile information makes it easy for your attendees to find one another and make connections easily.

When an attendee is alerted that they are near one of their potential connections, they can use their event app to schedule a meetup. The attendee’s app shows their agenda, as well as their connection’s agenda, and displays time slots where they can schedule a meeting directly in their app. This way, in case the timing isn’t right, they can still connect later at a convenient time.

Event apps also provide event heat maps that let you know where at the event venue attendees spend most of their time. This insight can help you identify popular features exhibited and vendors, as well as improve the traffic flow of your event while preventing bottlenecks. Wearable beacons also give you a virtual view of your attendees’ movements and participation habits. Using real-time feedback, you can see trends related to popular and unpopular content real-time, make required modifications and also plan upcoming events accordingly. Rightly leveraging the benefits offered by beacon technology, you can ensure improved engagement throughout an event derive maximum business benefits from the event.

 

 

Business matching with event analytics solutions – Gain the most out of each event you attend

Revamping healthcare system in hospitals – IoT enabled monitoring devices

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Beacon technology is positively impacting both individuals and enterprises, across diverse industries. In the healthcare space, beacon enabled devices are impacting people throughout the industry, be it patients or healthcare providers.

IoT based location tracking solutions can be harnessed for a host of functions like, keeping track of devices, assets and patients. The technology is among the most effective and efficient solutions that can be deployed in the healthcare space today for a wide variety of location-based applications.  Beacon enabled wearables have the ability to customize data according to a patient’s or healthcare provider’s current health information. Such personalisation enables direct one-to-one conversations that are highly relevant and delivered at the right time.

Beacon technology can enable patients and physicians to receive relevant information at the right moment. For example, when a patient is waiting outside the doctor’s room, the latest medical records can directly be made available in digital form, in order to discuss them with the doctor. Health monitoring wearables can automatically notify the doctor or other relevant hospital staff about the patient’s specific vital information, including pulse rate, stress level, body temperature etc, when they visit the patient. The patients admitted in the hospital can be given a beacon enabled tag. When that patient attempts to exit the room, or use the washroom, the beacon can easily alert the healthcare provider.

When a patient arrives at the emergency department, a wristband with a built-in Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacon is attached to that patient’s wrist before he/she is shifted from the vehicle carrying him. As the patient enters the facility, a receiver device mounted near the entrance of the facility receives the band’s beacon ID. That device sends the wristband’s ID through a Wi-Fi network to a cloud-based service, where the application software links the time and location with the wristband and stores that information. As the patient is taken along one of the several routes leading to multiple labs, other devices installed along the route continue to pick up the wristband ID as it comes within range, thus updating that wristband’s status to indicate in real time, how quickly it is moving from one location another.

Beacon cards can also be attached to the hospital staff’s ID cards. From a care point of view, the badge registers every time the nurse enters any patient’s room. From staffing point of view, the data can be compiled and analyzed to identify inefficiencies in the work patterns of staff.

This case study is based on the installation of AssistPlus, Pinmicro’s location and activity analysis solution in a leading hospital. The scenarios explained is only a small example of how IoT based applications are relevant in healthcare. There is a multitude of other benefits that can be offered by these IoT enabled devices in hospitals, in such a way as to increase the long-term efficiency of the healthcare system. Given the extensive possibilities offered by the technology, now is the time for healthcare providers to adapt IoT to their healthcare system.

 

Revamping healthcare system in hospitals – IoT enabled monitoring devices

Revamping healthcare system in hospitals – IoT enabled monitoring devices

iot

Beacon technology is positively impacting both individuals and enterprises, across diverse industries. In the healthcare space, beacon enabled devices are impacting people throughout the industry, be it patients or healthcare providers.

IoT based location tracking solutions can be harnessed for a host of functions like, keeping track of devices, assets and patients. The technology is among the most effective and efficient solutions that can be deployed in the healthcare space today for a wide variety of location-based applications.  Beacon enabled wearables have the ability to customize data according to a patient’s or healthcare provider’s current health information. Such personalization enables direct one-to-one conversations that are highly relevant and delivered at the right time.

Beacon technology can enable patients and physicians to receive relevant information at the right moment. For example, when a patient is waiting outside the doctor’s room, the latest medical records can directly be made available in digital form, in order to discuss them with the doctor. Health monitoring wearables can automatically notify the doctor or other relevant hospital staff about the patient’s specific vital information, including pulse rate, stress level, body temperature etc, when they visit the patient. The patients admitted in the hospital can be given a beacon enabled tag. When that patient attempts to exit the room, or use the washroom, the beacon can easily alert the healthcare provider.

When a patient arrives at the emergency department, a wristband with a built-in Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacon is attached to that patient’s wrist before he/she is shifted from the vehicle carrying him. As the patient enters the facility, a receiver device mounted near the entrance of the facility receives the band’s beacon ID. That device sends the wristband’s ID through a Wi-Fi network to a cloud-based service, where the application software links the time and location with the wristband and stores that information. As the patient is taken along one of the several routes leading to multiple labs, other devices installed along the route continue to pick up the wristband ID as it comes within range, thus updating that wristband’s status to indicate in real time, how quickly it is moving from one location another.

Beacon cards can also be attached to the hospital staff’s ID cards. From a care point of view, the badge registers every time the nurse enters any patient’s room. From staffing point of view, the data can be compiled and analyzed to identify inefficiencies in the work patterns of staff.

This case study is based on the installation of AssistPlus, Pinmicro’s location and activity analysis solution in a leading hospital. The scenarios explained is only a small example of how IoT based applications are relevant in healthcare. There is a multitude of other benefits that can be offered by these IoT enabled devices in hospitals, in such a way as to increase the long-term efficiency of the healthcare system. Given the extensive possibilities offered by the technology, now is the time for healthcare providers to adapt IoT to their healthcare system.

Revamping healthcare system in hospitals – IoT enabled monitoring devices

IoT enabled health monitoring wearables are transforming the healthcare industry

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The IoT technology has impacted various industries and had left its mark wherever it has been implemented. The impact of IoT is rising in such a tremendous rate these days that businesses that fail to integrate IoT to their solutions run the risk of being left behind. Similarly, IoT is solving many challenges in the healthcare sector too.

The Internet of Things has numerous applications in healthcare. It has the potential not only to keep the patients safe and healthy, but to improve how physicians deliver care as well. Healthcare IoT can also boost patient engagement and satisfaction by putting forth more interactive methods for healthcare.

IoT enabled health monitoring wearables allow individuals to achieve greater insight into their health status and stay connected to healthcare providers and medical facilities. From wristbands that track health rate and step of a person, to personal blood pressure checkers, the wearables technology is transforming the way we view our vital data. It is only going to get more popular in the coming days. A survey states that over 75% of the respondents think that health monitoring wearable devices should be made widely available so that it will enable them to monitor their health better with minimal or no effort, and thus lead healthier lives.

These smart devices contain sensors that help in collecting raw data and transferring it to a software for analysis. Through this software, we can gather insights and analyze our health. The insights can alert the person wearing the smart device or a physician who can then take timely corrective action. Additionally, nutritionists can view the data and advice a better diet plan, based on activity level and aliments.

Clearly, healthcare monitoring devices coupled with data analysis applications have the power to break the conventional concepts of health monitoring. Their popularity and usage will definitely be set  to rise over the next few years.

IoT enabled health monitoring wearables are transforming the healthcare industry

IoT enabled health monitoring wearables are transforming the healthcare industry

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The IoT technology has impacted various industries and had left its mark wherever it has been implemented. The impact of IoT is rising in such a tremendous rate these days that businesses that fail to integrate IoT to their solutions run the risk of being left behind. Similarly, IoT is solving many challenges in the healthcare sector too.

The Internet of Things has numerous applications in healthcare. It has the potential not only to keep the patients safe and healthy, but to improve how physicians deliver care as well. Healthcare IoT can also boost patient engagement and satisfaction by putting forth more interactive methods for healthcare.

IoT enabled health monitoring wearables allow individuals to achieve greater insight into their health status and stay connected to healthcare providers and medical facilities. From wristbands that track health rate and step of a person, to personal blood pressure checkers, the wearables technology is transforming the way we view our vital data. It is only going to get more popular in the coming days. A survey states that over 75% of the respondents think that health monitoring wearable devices should be made widely available so that it will enable them to monitor their health better with minimal or no effort, and thus lead healthier lives.

These smart devices contain sensors that help in collecting raw data and transferring it to a software for analysis. Through this software, we can gather insights and analyze our health. The insights can alert the person wearing the smart device or a physician who can then take timely corrective action. Additionally, nutritionists can view the data and advice a better diet plan, based on activity level and aliments.

Clearly, healthcare monitoring devices coupled with data analysis applications have the power to break the conventional concepts of health monitoring. Their popularity and usage will definitely be set  to rise over the next few years.

IoT enabled health monitoring wearables are transforming the healthcare industry

IoT is all set to change the world

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Lately there has been a natural gravitation to Internet of Things. In general, IoT creates a higher level of awareness about the world around and helps monitor our reactions to the changing conditions created by this awareness. With IoT, we can manage our businesses and asset better informed ways and we can take more timely decisions about what we need to do. By sensing our surroundings better, IoT will bring about many practical improvements in the worlds, increasing our convenience, health and safety.

IoT will change the world in an even more profound way than the internet. If we ask the children today how the world existed without internet they would be speechless. They would be unable to comprehend how people communicated or even how we lived our lives without the technological tools available to us now. The same thing will happen to IoT.

Transportation, the places we live and work, and even the food we eat are all influenced by Internet of Things, and this is only the beginning. A decade from now, we will be dependent on the knowledge derived from the data from our wearables, and other smart devices, and we will have no idea how we managed to live without it. We will be able to make more informed, accurate and timely decisions that will improve our lives in tremendous ways and means. IoT will make the difference.

 

IoT is all set to change the world

IoT is all set to change the world

iot-day

 

Lately there has been a natural gravitation to Internet of Things. In general, IoT creates a higher level of awareness about the world around and helps monitor our reactions to the changing conditions created by this awareness. With IoT, we can manage our businesses and asset better informed ways and we can take more timely decisions about what we need to do. By sensing our surroundings better, IoT will bring about many practical improvements in the worlds, increasing our convenience, health and safety.

IoT will change the world in an even more profound way than the internet. If we ask the children today how the world existed without internet they would be speechless. They would be unable to comprehend how people communicated or even how we lived our lives without the technological tools available to us now. The same thing will happen to IoT.

Transportation, the places we live and work, and even the food we eat are all influenced by Internet of Things, and this is only the beginning. A decade from now, we will be dependent on the knowledge derived from the data from our wearables, and other smart devices, and we will have no idea how we managed to live without it. We will be able to make more informed, accurate and timely decisions that will improve our lives in tremendous ways and means. IoT will make the difference.

 

 

IoT is all set to change the world