CONNECTED HEALTH CONFERENCE • SAVE THE DATE • October 16-18, 2019 • Boston, MA
By Torbjörn Grahm, Sony Network Communications Europe
I read somewhere that although engineers generally have good problem-solving skills, they are less good at defining which problems need to be solved. I completely disagree! And to prove it, here’s a serious problem that the engineers at Sony Network Communications Europe have identified and solved.
Global health care providers desperately need an effective way to support the elderly and those with chronic health conditions in their home environments. They need to reduce the number of hospital visits such people currently make. We have an answer!
What does it take to build a successful remote health monitoring service?
Which technology enablers would support the creation of such a solution?
A solution built on these enablers would create the basis for an mHealth ecosystem; one that could be applied to lots of different use cases. It would give global health care providers a scalable and reusable platform and a cost-effective way to support vulnerable people at home.
The good news is, we have already created such a solution!
Look out for details in the next post.
Torbjörn Grahm, Senior Problem Solver at Sony Network Europe, obtained his Masters in Engineering Physics from Lund Technical University. He has spent thirty years in innovative high-tech industries with focus on mobile wireless technologies, low power designs and sensor technologies. He is passionate about creating ecosystems that can grow based on the collaboration between users and implementers to solve real challenges
Hear more from Sony at the Connected Health Conference with Anders Stromberg, Head of Wearable Platform, speaking on the Innovation Zone Stage Thursday, October 17th at 11:30 am!