The so-called Internet of Things is a term used to describe physical objects that are Internet connected through software, enabling them to communicate with each other. In our everyday lives, we walk through smart cities, in which our transportation is monitored in real-time, our power outlets report back to our utility companies and even our vending machines send inventory information. The name of the game is information and data, but is the health care industry keeping up with the technology at its fingertips?
The IoT Tech Expo took place in London, UK, this week and explored innovations across a number of industries, including health care.
The Internet of Things (IoT) Tech Expo took place in London, UK, this week to examine the latest innovations within this data-driven landscape. Medical News Today was there to investigate how these innovations could benefit the medical community.