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How IoT will disrupt healthcare

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By Zenobia Hegde

There are hundreds of proposals for the IoT in the health services. Half of them could be terrible. If only we knew which half! I’m not sure about other countries but whenever I hear about ‘disruptive technology’ and the British National Health Service (NHS), I always feel nervous.

We’ve already wasted £11 billion (€12.31 billion) and rising on a ‘fit for purpose’ programme for IT that wasn’t fit for anything. It would be a brave NHS purchaser that would sign off on any more ‘disruption’. Surely, if they are going to sell the idea, they need a new catchphrase, says Nick Booth, freelance IT and communications writer.

For now, in this sector at least, IoT needs to be a bit less brash and ambitious. We don’t want to see any more flash IT salesmen flaunting their wealth. Acqueon claims its IoT could save the NHS £500 million (€559.72 million) a year. Well, OK, prove it, by taking your payment as a commission on the savings you create.

The savings they are so confident about will come from solving the problem of medication noncompliance – that situation where patients don’t keep taking the pills. This will get worse as our population ages. IoT connected pill boxes don’t miss their doses.

Failing to take medication correctly leads to 200,000 premature deaths in Europe a year. Partly it’s because the old are bamboozled with complicated drug taking regimes. This polypharmacy involves a smorgasboard of pills which have to be taken in varying intervals.

A smart pill box knows when they’ve not been opened and sends automated reminders to the patient. If these messages go answered and the pill box still not opened, the device snitches on you to the clinician who then phones you directly.

Robots are getting old now too. The first robot assistant, the Arthrobot, made its debut in an operating theatre in 1984. Since then, robots have performed surgery on everything in degrees of complexity ranging from eyes and knees to neurosurgery.

Imperial College London created the PROBOT, which first performed prostate surgery at Guy’s & St Thomas’s Hospital in 1992. The robots are starting to take on human characteristics.

They’re starting to leave pieces of equipment in the patients, just like their human counterparts. This is all documented in Adverse Events in Robotic Surgery: A Retrospective Study of 14 Years of FDA Data. The authors from University of Illinois, Michigan Institute of Technology and Rush Medical Center compiled the report from MAUDE data (as in Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience).

In a study of 1.74 million robotic surgical procedures – mostly urological or gynaecological – the data recorded 8,061 device malfunctions, 1,391 patient injuries and 144 patient deaths. Adverse incidents included electrical arcing, sparking or charring of instruments and the falling of broken or burnt pieces into the patient’s body. Such incidents were said to have contributed to 119 injuries and one patient death.

“Clearly, operations utilising robotics are not without their risk, says Greg McEwen, partner at insurance law specialist BLM. As he points out, incidents relating to broken or left behind instruments […]

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Digital coupon redemptions to surpass $90 billion by 2022, says Juniper Research

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A new study from Juniper Research has found that the value of digital coupon redemptions will surge to $91 billion (€77.15 billion) by 2022, up from $47 billion (€39.85 billion) in 2017.

The new research, Mobile & Online Coupons: Leading Vendors, Technologies & Market Forecasts 2017-2022, finds that the dominant mobile channel will be led by in-app coupon redemptions towards the end of the period, overtaking SMS; a channel which also continues to grow markedly well.

For more insights, download the free whitepaper: ‘Coupons ~ 3 New Technologies Set to Energise Loyalty‘.

Emerging technologies to boost digital loyalty

Juniper finds that the largest volumes of coupon redemptions will be generated via app-based platforms by the end of the period, as providers see increased preference for the loading of both one-time and loyalty-based incentives for use in store. The research identified 3 stand-out technologies showing significant disruptive potential:

Chatbots
QR Codes
Invisible payments

For the first time, Juniper has quantified the volume of chatbot coupons as 25 million this year, with this set to reach 1.1 billion by 2022. The technology will enable greater personalisation of offers; particularly through use via social media, and at a fraction of the cost of using human operatives, and will aid in driving commerce transactions both online, and in store.

Additionally, technologies which streamline the shopping experience, such as invisible payments, or provide additional information and linked offers, such as with QR codes, will greatly enhance the in-store experience, driving footfall for physical retailers.

Mobile to account for nearly 80% of coupon redemptions

The research found that mobile will account for nearly 80% of all coupon redemptions by 2022. It identified the importance of targeted channels; in particular SMS, as research author Lauren Foye explained:“SMS remains a vital channel in reaching consumers, whereby a phone number acts as a unique ID in delivering one-time offers. Consumers are more receptive to personalised offers delivered via this channel, being protected by stringent regulation in Western markets which prevents high volumes of spam, compared to arguably less customer-minded channels such as email.”

Juniper Research provides research and analytical services to the global hi-tech communications sector, providing consultancy, analyst reports and industry commentary.

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MarkLogic recognised as a challenger in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems

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MarkLogic Corporation, the operational and transactional Enterprise NoSQL database provider, today announced that the Gartner 2017 “Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems” positions MarkLogic as a Challenger, positioning it furthest to the right for completeness of vision and highest for ability to execute in the Challengers quadrant.

As the world’s best multi-model database for integrating data from silos, MarkLogic was recognised for the second year-in-a-row as a Challenger. MarkLogic believes that its recognition by Gartner validates that it is the preferred choice for large enterprises and government agencies around the world to build and secure mission critical applications and multi-model database management systems.

“We believe that our position in the latest Gartner report reflects the successful execution of our vision to deliver the world’s best database for integrating data from silos,” said Gary Bloom, CEO of MarkLogic. “And, to us, this ongoing trend is validated by this latest Gartner report. We believe it demonstrates that our enterprise customers are having tremendous success building mission-critical business applications on the MarkLogic® next-generation database platform and that our cloud-neutral approach is working.”

As a reviewer noted on Gartner Peer Insights, “It is responsive and easy to manage and it handles free form data quickly and easily. Our application has a feedback and rating system that does not fit easily into a traditional relational database. MarkLogic makes it simple and easy to gather, store, search and use. There is also a strong user community to support the product.” Large global companies across all industries and government agencies rely on MarkLogic as the next-generation alternative to the decades-old relational database model.

In May 2017, MarkLogic launched MarkLogic 9, the company’s signature NoSQL database platform. MarkLogic 9 provides safe and easy sharing of information with advanced security options that enable element level security, redaction and advanced encryption.

MarkLogic 9 also makes data integration faster and easier with entity services and the updated release of MarkLogic’s open source Data Hub Framework, allowing customers to move mission-critical data integration projects into production faster, and with less cost and risk.

MarkLogic has more than 1,000 global enterprises and government customers relying on the MarkLogic database to gain competitive advantages based on a 360-degree view of their data as well as fuel, and build mission-critical operational and transactional business applications.

For complimentary access to the 2017 Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems,” please visit this link and for more insight from MarkLogic, visit the website.

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Cisco announces $1 billion program for smart cities

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So-called “smart cities” have less pollution, safer streets, and better quality of life for citizens. But many finance officers struggle to fund the upgrades that will make their cities smart. To help, Cisco introduced the City Infrastructure Financing Acceleration Program.

It is a $1 billion (€0.85 billion) program aimed to make it easier, faster, and more affordable for cities around the world to fund and adopt technologies that will transform their communities.

The funding will be provided through Cisco Capital® in partnership with private equity firm Digital Alpha Advisors and pension fund investors APG Asset Management (APG) and Whitehelm Capital.

“Funding is a major stumbling block for municipalities beginning their smart city transformation,” said Anil Menon, Global president of Cisco’s Smart+Connected Communities. “With our partners, Cisco will bring the capital and expertise it takes to make smart city projects a reality. Digital Alpha, APG, and Whitehelm Capital bring a fresh perspective on investment in an area that has previously been perceived as too new and, therefore, too difficult to finance.”

Anil Menon

The program helps cities assemble the right type or suite of finance instruments to fund and deploy innovative technology with minimal initial investment. Whether a city is looking to reduce energy usage, ease traffic and parking, or boost public transportation ridership and revenues, the program will help cities with solutions.

Revenue-share financing, for instance, even allows a city to tie financing to desired outcomes and extend future operating budgets through revenue streams from the new services that a digitised infrastructure makes possible.

Additionally, today at the Smart City Expo World Congress, Cisco is announcing added functionality to its newly renamed connected digital platform, Cisco® Kinetic for Cities, which integrated with the Cisco Kinetic IoT data platform. The new features provide enhanced support for public safety.

From the new full-policy automation options to an improved dashboard with integrated video, updates to the platform put citizen safety first. Real-time notification of emergency information now draws on additional IoT data sources and Cisco Spark™ Collaboration, enabling faster emergency response. For more information about the latest additions to Cisco Kinetic for Cities, click here.

Terry Yates

Cisco has also announced new purchasing options for Cisco Kinetic for Cities, including prepackaged starter solutions, which combine the Cisco IoT data platform, solution, and services with those from our ecosystem partners into ready-to-roll-out, end-to-end solution suites.

Cisco has added a number of new Cisco Kinetic for Cities customers. The Town of Cary, North Carolina, for instance, has created a “Living Lab” providing smart city technologies to improve the lives of citizens. Using the Cisco Kinetic for Cities platform, town officials can actively monitor the number of available parking spots—particularly spots for the handicapped—to gauge use and help with planning.

“The Cisco Kinetic for Cities platform provides us the tools we need to positively affect our citizens’ lives,” said Terry Yates, Infrastructure and network manager, Town of Cary, North Carolina. For additional information about Cary’s Cisco Kinetic Smart City efforts, reference this blog: Town of Cary, NC: Using Insights for Parking Improvements.

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Technology, solution, and services partners experience growth and opportunity as part of PTC’s partner program

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PTC, announced that its partner program continues to show momentum, with more than half of partners experiencing double-digit growth in the last year. Over the past three years, the number of PTC partners has grown by 45%, today totalling approximately 1,150 companies worldwide.

PTC partners, consisting of technology providers, solution providers, and system integrators, possess deep understanding of their respective markets, sales proficiencies, technology expertise, and customer relationships. PTC’s Partner Network provides a broad and capable ecosystem of complementary technologies, solutions, and services that help with design, development, implementation, and the ability to improve time to production, enabling acceleration of customers’ time to value.

“As EAC transforms its business, PTC’s Partner Network Program makes it easy for us as a solution provider to expand the way we engage with PTC; and at the same time, do it with the one partner manager we have come to know and trust,” said Abe Taylor, vice president of sales, EAC Product Development Solutions (EAC).

Ian Fountain

“PTC’s Partner Network strategy is the foundation to building a partner ecosystem. They make it easier for partners to innovate and collaborate,” said Ian Fountain, director of marketing, Industrial IoT, National Instruments.

To further support growth, PTC recently launched its redesigned partner program, PTC Partner Network, to enable partners to innovate, collaborate, and capitalise on the significant market opportunity created by the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and augmented reality (AR).

Companies in the PTC Partner Network are able to:

Choose one or many flexible engagement models that are right for their business
Utilise program tools and resources to get going quickly
Engage with PTC’s extensive team of experts
Develop and promote applications, products, and solutions to the market on the leading ThingWorx Marketplace

Kerry Grimes

“We are committing to increase our focus and investment in our partners, who are already seeing the benefits to partnering with one of the leading IoT and AR companies in the industry,” said Kerry Grimes, divisional vice president, PTC Partner Network. “We are making it even easier for partners to add new technologies and expertise to their businesses, and look forward to working with them to support customers and grow their businesses.”

Partners of all types are an important component of PTC’s revenue and customer success strategy. Due to increased investment in the PTC Partner Network program, partners contributed over 30% of total PTC bookings in fiscal year 2017.

For more information or to join the PTC Partner Network, please click here.

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Qualcomm and Alibaba showcase the benefits of cloud-to-device integration to help drive the LTE IoT in China

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Qualcomm Incorporated announced that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., and Alibaba have ported Alibaba Cloud Link One to run on the Qualcomm® MDM9206 global multi-mode LTE IoT modem. This effort showcases how, by pre-integrating the Alibaba Cloud Link One on to the MDM9206 modem, module manufacturers and IoT developers can quickly develop and deploy solutions that connect with the Alibaba Cloud using LTE IoT connectivity and client software running directly on the LTE system-on-chip (SoC).

Tight and cost-effective integration between edge devices and the cloud, exemplified by this demonstration, helps address a vast array of the existing and emerging LTE IoT use cases, including smart transportation (e.g. bike sharing), smart cities, as well as industrial IoT applications in areas such as smart grid, smart metering (e.g. electricity, gas, water), asset tracking and more.

The MDM9206 LTE IoT modem is purpose-built to support global multimode capabilities, supporting both eMTC (Cat M1) and NB-IoT (Cat NB-1), as well as 2G/E-GPRS, and enables the development of cost-efficient, low-power devices with multi-year battery life and greater coverage for the next-generation of IoT services as compared to traditional LTE connectivity.

The MDM9206 LTE IoT modem features robust application processing capabilities with an integrated ARM Cortex A7 CPU up to 1.3 GHz and support for a variety of peripheral interfaces. All such capabilities are exposed through a comprehensive and flexible, and yet simple, set of Qualcomm Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) providing an open development environment for Alibaba Cloud Link One. The APIs also provide access to key peripherals, GNSS/location and modem capabilities to applications running on the A7 processor.

Gang Sun

“We have a shared vision with Qualcomm Technologies of providing leading-edge and reliable technologies for the global IoT in order to help create a world where everything is connected,” said Ku Wei, vice president of Alibaba Group and general manager of Alibaba Cloud IoT.

“Integrated cloud-to-device solutions using the Alibaba Cloud Link One and Qualcomm Technologies’ LTE IoT modems have the potential to help accelerate development of a broad range of commercial and industrial applications such as smart biking, home smart locks and smart energy in China.”

“We are excited about the new solutions that manufacturers and IoT developers can create with the power of LTE IoT connectivity providing access to the Alibaba Cloud,” said Sun Gang, vice president of sales and product marketing, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. “Qualcomm Technologies is committed to further evolving cellular connectivity, 4G and 5G, to support the needs of innovators in China and the rest of the world.”

To date, nearly 60 designs are using Qualcomm Technologies’ MDM9206 LTE IoT modem with global multimode support for LTE categories M1 and NB1. For more information, please click here.

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Nexeon MedSystems begins trading as NXNN bringing IoT into treatment of Parkinson’s disease

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Nexeon MedSystems, Inc. has commenced “regular way” trading on the OTC Market under the symbol “NXNN”. The company is finalising development of its deep brain stimulation system for the treatment of symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease.

“I’m proud of our management team for implementing and delivering on innovative financing strategies in much the same fashion as our engineers do,” said Nexeon CEO Will Rosellini. “Our next step is to uplist to a major exchange, we hope to accomplish this as soon as possible.”

In June 2017, the Securities and Exchange Committee (SEC) declared effective the Company’s S-1 Registration Statement. The S-1 registered 5,332,496 shares of the Company’s common stock. Nexeon has previously reported it has just over 26M issued and outstanding shares.

Trading has commenced after recent announcements that include acquisition of profitable Belgian manufacturer, published analyst research pointing to $2.40 (€2.06) target price, and awarded research funds from the National Institutes of Health.

The Company is finalising development of its deep brain stimulation system for the treatment of symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease. A former generation of the technology received a CE Mark, but Nexeon has since improved and added features to the system based on inputs from key opinion leaders in preparation for a commercial launch in Europe in 2018.

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Gemalto launches ‘all-in-one’ IoT module with global LTE connectivity

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Gemalto, a provider of digital security, is expanding Industrial IoT connectivity with a significant breakthrough in wireless engineering – the industry’s first IoT module to provide global connectivity on 12 LTE bands plus, 3G and 2G cellular coverage all from a single device. This greatly simplifies logistics and distribution and lowers the cost of global IoT deployments.

In the decade ahead, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market value is expected to exceed $195 billion (€167.26 billion), transforming manufacturing, energy, transportation and many other sectors. Coined the 4thIndustrial Revolution, the IIoT relies on highly efficient, global connectivity solutions that can be easily deployed anywhere in the world.

The ‘all-in-one’ IoT module

The new Gemalto Cinterion® PLS62-W IoT Module delivers highly efficient LTE Cat. 1 connectivity on all 12 LTE bands while providing seamless fallback to multi band 3G and 2G networks if 4G is not available. This allows device manufacturers and integrators to develop one application that can connect anywhere in the world, even when solutions move between different regions and cellular network standards.

Embedded systems simplify and speed up new product development

Andreas Haegele

A powerful Java® embedded system included in the IoT Module adds processing power to IoT solutions. It makes application design easier and faster by sharing memory, a large library of existing open source code and recognised software building blocks. In addition, it simplifies lifecycle management and streamlines integration with back-end IT systems.

Optimised power management

An advanced power management system ensures reliability, and provides optimised sleep mode to preserve power and extend battery life. This is critical for remote industrial applications, a sector expected to reach 5.2 billion in by 2025.

“Ideal for worldwide tracking and tracing, telematics and fleet management solutions, the Cinterion multi band LTE Cat. 1 module with 3G, 2G fallback is a one stop shop for cellular IoT connectivity, no matter where your IoT solutions are deployed or where they move,” said Andreas Haegele, senior vice president IoT products at Gemalto.” The highly efficient Cinterion PLS62-W is perfectly suited for applications that need to operate across many different wireless network environments for many years.

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Telefónica and Facebook collaborate to reduce the digital divide

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At the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) Summit, Telefónica S.A. and Facebook announced a joint collaboration to reduce the digital divide in Latin America (LatAm) by targeting challenges to rural connectivity. Both companies share a common goal to reduce the number of under- and unconnected people and are committed to using innovative technologies and approaches to solve these problems. The companies began this collaboration over a year ago as members of TIP and plan to contribute lessons learned back to TIP and the broader community.

Being connected to the internet leads to a better quality of life. A report by the World Bank estimates that for every 10% increase in high-speed Internet connections in a given country, there is a corresponding 1.3% increase in GDP. But today over 4 billion people globally do not have reliable access and are cut off from information on employment and education, in addition to social, governmental, and health services.

David Del Val

The collaboration between Telefónica and Facebook has begun with projects in Peru, where there are more than eight million under- and unconnected people in rural and peri-urban areas, and will expand to apply lessons learned across LatAm. Peru and the broader LatAm region’s varied terrain and harsh climate can increase the cost of connectivity, which is compounded by the fact that today´s mobile internet technology has been designed and optimised for cities and high-density areas.

Telefónica and Facebook will address these rural and peri-urban connectivity challenges by combining innovative approaches and solutions including using new network technologies (both in access and backhaul); reframing operating models; and involving telecom players in new ways.

This includes deploying alternative access solutions like OpenCellular, an open-source, disaggregated wireless access platform that Facebook contributed to TIP to improve connectivity in remote areas of the world.

In addition, both companies will use high-definition population density data sets combined with Telefónica’s business intelligence tools to improve network planning. This population density data combines satellite imagery and census data to understand population distributions and inform where to deploy connectivity solutions.

Aaron Bernstein

David Del Val, director of product innovation at Telefónica, commented, “Telefónica’s mission is to create connections so people can enrich their lives and enable them to access a world of possibilities. This collaboration with Facebook and TIP is an example of how we can bring together technological, commercial and operational innovations to reduce the digital divide in remote and inaccessible areas of Latin America”

Aaron Bernstein, director of connectivity ecosystem programs at Facebook, said, “Our collaboration with Telefónica in Latin America is an important example of how we’re working to overcome barriers that prevent people from getting much-needed connectivity. Ensuring that everyone in the world has reliable and affordable internet access is key to Facebook’s core mission of building global community and bringing the world closer together.”

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The Internet of Things in Your Driveway | @ThingsExpo #AI #IoT #M2M

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By 2020, 90 percent of all new cars will have some sort of built-in connectivity platform, and by 2022, there will be 1.8 billion automotive M2M connections. As cars join the Internet of Things, cars will stop being independent entities and will become part of a larger, connected ecosystem. Cars as part of the IoT isn’t just a look into the future – it’s already happening.
“Everything that moves will become autonomic, it’s just a matter of time,” says Vishnu Andhare, Consulting Manager at ISG. Andhare notes that all of the big automotive players are already moving towards a future of shared mobility, and mobility-as-a-service – although it will take time. “In the future, it will not be limited by technology, but by the psychological barrier, and by public policy,” he says. “there is a limit to which the human mind can go without semblance of control. At airports, you already see terminal-to-terminal autonomic shuttles. We are used to them. But with cars on the road, there is still a psychological barrier.”

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