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The Internet of Things for Medical Devices - Prospects, Challenges and the Way Forward

 Ashok Khanna, Prateep Misra
  16th-Mar-2017
Description: The Internet of Things (IoT) is increasingly being recognized by researchers and analysts as one of the most sophisticated technologies that has the potential to not only affect the health, safety and productivity of billions of people but also has a major economic impact. It primarily consists of physical objects that are embedded with sensors, actuators, computing devices and data communication capabilities. These are linked to networks for data transportation.
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The Internet of Things for Medical Devices Prospects, Challenges and the Way Forward

About the Authors

Ashok Khanna
Business Head UK, EU and Major Accounts, Life Sciences (EIS)
Global Head, Presales and Solutions for Life Sciences (EIS)
Ashok Khanna has over 19 years of industry experience in the field of healthcare, hi-tech
and telecom. As a business leader, his exp ... See more

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