Hospitals and healthcare providers operate under constant shortages of blood for transfusions. According to America’s Blood Centers, one in seven people who enter a hospital require a blood transfusion, and less than 10% of those eligible to donate blood do so annually. Red blood cells have a maximum shelf life of 42 days, blood platelets last only five days, and donated units must be kept refrigerated under specific conditions at all times to avoid premature expiration.
When a company decides to deploy a SIM-enabled IoT connectivity solution, it usually comes from a wide-ranging need for field asset management. Typically, after experiencing positive growth in their market, business leaders should put aside tools that are insufficient, unwieldy, or obsolete to ensure continued growth. SIM technology presents a simple, yet powerful, solution to monitor activity, diagnose anomalies, and take steps to achieve the most beneficial outcome for a business’ assets.
Robots are everywhere, and they’re here to help! While they haven’t achieved sentience yet and may not look like the androids promised in science-fiction films, today’s robots still are incredibly useful for an astonishing range of tasks. Serving humanity in a variety of shapes and sizes, our automated friends can perform jobs ranging from complex manufacturing processes and medical procedures to simple monitoring and delivery services.
How do I connect? Is my data secure? I have differing technologies, how will that impact my business as it relates to the Internet of Things (IoT)?
With the emergence and growth of the IoT, people want to know about the basics and then some because, as they say, the devil is in the details. On Nov2, 2017, Aeris will present a Connectivity Management webinar to explain many of the nuances associated with connectivity, platforms, and the overall ability to view and control the entire IoT process — from provisioning to deployment to data collection and storage to analytics and billing. Our subject matter experts define the issues, take a look at the challenges, and then provide insights to solutions proven on a global scale.