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Innovative technologies undoubtedly have an impact on healthcare. Here are some of the most impressive breakthroughs in the field so far.
A detailed overview of the IoT applications that enable industrial digital transformation, as well as explore the benefits and the challenges of applying IoT in manufacturing ecosystems.
IoT-driven supply chain management solutions help to mitigate supply chain uncertainty and allow improved monitoring of the locations, statuses and conditions of raw materials, work in progress, and finished goods. In the article, we answer the questions supply chain managers may be concerned about starting a connected supply chain initiative.
We explore patient tracking with RFID and IoT from various sides to see whether this innovation is likely to pay off.
RFID and IoT asset tracking helps improve hospital asset management and bring both operational and business benefits for healthcare providers. However, there are also some concerns with adopting these technologies in the healthcare environment.
We shed light on IoT-enabled asset tracking solutions, explore the technologies behind them, look at the benefits, and examine the limitations that may hinder the adoption of asset tracking systems.
The AWS platform offers a wide range of services to build an IoT solution. We give a quick overview of the AWS approach to IoT and introduce a possible AWS IoT architecture with its benefits and limitations.
We dwell on the approach and the applications of IoT-based condition monitoring solutions, as well as explore the benefits of an IoT-driven approach.
Reducing costs and time to complete projects is a constant challenge in the construction industry. The Internet of Things helps transform the field in different impactful ways – from machine efficiency to worker safety.