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CONNECTED Health

What is Connected Health?

Connected Health is the industry at the juncture between telecommunications, consumer electronics and medicine. Its growth is directly related to the proliferation of the smartphone; today there are around 2.6 billion smartphone subscriptions globally and that is expected to grow to 6.1 billion by 2020. This movement, paired with device developers aiming to transform how we manage our health, is enabling medical and health services and procedures to be delivered outside of the traditional medical or hospital setting.

 

How does PDT fit in?

PDT’s twenty year heritage lies in telecommunications product design and development, as well as life sciences and consumer electronics development. We have worked with clients at the cutting edge of product innovation for solutions that capture data, communicate wirelessly, integrate with other devices, create a more efficient workflow and more.

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Wireless Development Challenges

How we tackle CONNECTED DEVICES

1.    Choose the right mobile platform

Android & iOS have a combined marketshare of 85-95%

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Windows, Tizen, and Firefox OS are among the 5-15% remainder in the market.

2.    Android vs. iOS: How do you develop an app intended for more than one operating system?

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Option 1:

 

Choose one platform and debut first

   + allows for user feedback

   + can work out bugs in advance

   - second app is delayed

Option 2:

 

Design parallel in both platforms

   + both apps are released at the same time

   - time consuming

3.    Choose the best wireless connectivity for your application

Pros:

 

 

Bluetooth

Available in nearly all smartphones/tablets

Low power (esp. with BLE-Bluetooth Low Energy)

More vendor offerings compared to ANT+

 

 

ANT+

Simpler protocol than BLE

Low power

Multiple topologies supported (point-to-point star, tree, mesh)

 

NFC

Simple setup - doesn't require pairing

Extremely low power

 

 

 

 

WiFi

High speed data transfer (over 1Gbit/s)

Longer communication distance (~100m)

Cons:

 

 

 

Requires pairing process

Low data rate (3Mbit/s classic, 1Mbit/s BLE)

BLE devices don't interoperate with classical Bluetooth devices (however dual-mode devices are available)

 

 

Low data rate (1Mbit/s)

Not as many vendor offerings as Bluetooth

 

 

 

 

Short communication range (<20 cm)

Low data rate (106kbit/s to 424 kbit/s)

 

 

 

 

 

High power consumption

Relatively expensive implementation

Best Application:

 

 

 

Low power, low data rate applications

Point-to-point communication

 

 

 

 

 

Low power, low data rate applications

Sports and fitness fields

Performance and health monitoring

 

 

 

NFC can be used to setup more capable wireless connections such as Bluetooth or WiFi Direct

Mobile payments

Patient confirmation/data

 

 

Internet access

4.    Consider these questions:

 

 

Who will be using your solution and what stakeholders will need what information? In what form?

How much time do you have to develop the solution?

Does it have to work with existing components?

What does your IP cover?

Do you need automated input to verify compliance?

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