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Sensors play a central role in a digital ecosystem, particularly the use of micro- and nano-sensors that can detect a host of biological, organic and inorganic substances, and communicate their detection to a smartphone or a communication system in real time. The ecosystem would enable a seamless digital world in which particulate matter, which could be potentially harmful, can be detected accurately and quickly.
“Frost & Sullivan has identified four platform technologies that will drive this scenario forward: Nanobiosensors, wearable devices and mobile health, virtual and robotic assistants, and advanced analytics. Between them, these technologies enable sensitive collection of health data, real-time information exchange, interpret them and prescribe the appropriate course of action based on the collected health information,” explains Rajan.
Key benefits of attending this webinar:
- Learn about the trends that are forcing a paradigm shift in personal and community health monitoring.
- Hear about the latest innovations that are helping to create an immersive environment for non-intrusive, round-the-clock vital signs monitoring.
- Identify challenges, bottlenecks, and barriers to the adoption and growth of the Internet of Medical Things and smart homes.