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Find out How IoT is changing the Face of Healthcare at Discover Madrid

Real-world applications of the Internet of Things (IoT) revolutions are still in their nascent stages but are coming to the healthcare and public safety sectors in more ways than one. Healthcare is one industry where IOT has the potential for great value and impact. Integrating IoT features into medical devices has the potential to greatly improve the quality and effectiveness of a service, bringing greater value to patients who may need constant monitoring and preventive interventions (such as for the elderly or patients with chronic conditions).

The IoT has long shown promise for improving public safety and health thanks to its ability to improve the efficiency and accuracy of current processes. Advances made in relevant IoT applications, such as GPS-mapping technology, wearable tech, and smart objects, but new opportunities and applications arise even faster than we’re able to integrate them into our systems.

Healthcare providers are responding to this shift by leveraging technology to phase out paper processes, increasing patient access to health records, and utilizing tools that help the patient send and receive information to and from their doctor(s). Right now, IoT has created a far more connected healthcare environment where patients can feel like they are getting the attention, information, and service they require in today’s age. Key trends that are pushing IoT adoption include:

  • Remote Health Monitoring Devices & Mobile Apps – These devices feed patient records with real-time data, perform analysis and send coaching notifications to both providers and patients.
  • Wearable Devices – These include that provide instant feedback on patient’s day to day activities such as steps, calories burned, heart rate, etc. and can help preempt and perhaps prevent medical emergencies.
  • Patient-Centric Care – Devices that allow providing care tailored to individual patient preferences or needs.

 

The explosion of connected things is shifting intelligence to the Edge, making it possible to act in real-time, locally, in the moment and context, creating new opportunities in every industry especially healthcare. Increasingly, enterprises require insights that can be acted on anywhere, instantly, to create rich, contextual and personalized experiences. Learn how Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s (HPE) Edge, working in concert with the cloud, delivers the next generation of mobile and IoT experiences for customers, employees and everyone in your value chain. Whether you are just getting started or well into your journey, these sessions at Discover, Madrid will help you to connect, protect, compute and act on the confluence of people, apps and things. Find out how you can seize new business opportunities and respond quickly to changing marketing needs.

 

Accelerating innovation in the Industrial Internet of Things

Session ID: T6594

Hear from PTC on how their ThingWorx Industrial Innovation platform and HPE’s Intelligent Edge platform can be used together to accelerate deployment of a variety of IIoT solutions that enable business outcomes in Smart Manufacturing, Smart City, Smart Service, and other use cases. Learn what various industries are adopting use cases and how new innovative technologies, such as Digital Twins, AR and Machine Learning, are helping accelerate the adoption of IIoT.

 

What does the digitization in healthcare mean for your storage?

Session ID: T6850

You need to transform to deliver healthcare services that keep pace with demand, and you need a partner with a record of success to help. The size of healthcare data is at the point of explosion. As clinical imaging technology continues to improve resolution and the amount of diagnostic imaging data collected increases, the size and scale of the resulting files are growing 50-100 times. See how digitized healthcare is providing a better healthcare delivery experience for both patients and clinicians.


Audrey Cox
WW OEM Communications & Brand Awareness
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

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