The Potential of IoT Technologies for People with Disabilities

Editorial Manager - August 9, 2017 - IoT Business News
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The proliferation of cloud-based technologies along with the fact that data-tracking sensors are becoming smaller and more affordable have paved the way for industries to take advantage of the benefits of the Internet of Things. There is a growing trend of health organizations incorporating networks of connected devices in order to lower medical costs and increase efficiency of care. The ability to more accurately monitor patients who receive remote medical care also offers disabled individuals greater opportunities for independence outside of care facilities.

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