IoT is transforming the healthcare industry in ways never before thought possible. By redefining how devices and people interact, we can help ensure people around the world are connected to comprehensive healthcare solutions that improve quality of life. And that’s something money can’t buy.
The future of healthcare is in the data. Get comprehensive tracking and measurements with reliable IoT solutions in order to have a better overview of the patient’s condition and improve the rate of desirable outcomes.
For some patients, a routine check-up is anything but routine. With our solutions, one-to-one monitoring is no longer the only option healthcare providers have. Through IoT enabled devices like wearables, we can now record the patient’s information for posterity, making it easier to monitor their vitals and make critical calls based on the data. It can also be used as a medical adherence or even as a home monitoring tool.
As healthcare overheads are forecasted to grow out of control, prevention is becoming an increasing focus in the industry. Flexiroam offers unfettered access to real-time and highly reliable information on any individual’s health – providing medical practitioners the launch pad to consult their patients on how to live healthier lives and to prevent or manage diseases before they become a problem.
Boost your patient’s satisfaction through an optimised workflow enabled by IoT. Our services can help to reduce waiting time, providing timely updates and increase the capacity of your healthcare workers to get more patients back on their feet.
IoT has vastly improved communication, control and data distribution at every aspect of transportation. Smart traffic management & transportation are changing the way we approach mobility, improving the entire system of all transportation elements such as parking, traffic control and many more, reducing the congestion on our city streets.
eSIM-enabled IoT has empowered companies that own fleets of vehicles to better manage their performance. The automation and optimisation of vehicle health, fuel consumption, and idle times reduce the costs of operations, doing away with manual reporting that is prone to human error. Another plus? Business owners can now catch problems before they even occur.
In the near future, traffic congestion could be nothing more than a historical footnote. Vehicles built with IoT enable smarter route mapping to minimise congestion. With the presence of more sensor-and-camera-enabled vehicles on the road, it has paved the way for businesses and transportation authorities to create systems that optimise routes in real-time without relying on input from drivers.
IoT in car manufacturers providing built-in technology allow vehicles to match the speed of other vehicles ahead during peak hours. This doesn’t just relieve one’s stress behind the wheels of driving in bad traffic, but also smooths out traffic flow and decreases congestion patterns.
IoT at the same time enables the production of autonomous cars, an arena that futurists are keeping a close eye on. Built with intelligent sensors to communicate with the cars around it, smart vehicles do away with human errors and unpredictability to smooth out traffic flow.
While car ownership is still regarded as a necessity today, its status quo is predicted to change within the next decade. We have ride-sharing platforms to thank and now, those living in usually congested urban areas are opting to do away with owning a car and all the hassles that come with it for the convenience of nipping a ride at a fraction of the cost of ownership. We might be witnessing the tipping point for what mobility and public transportation will look like in the future.
IoT has enabled the operations of such businesses, tracking vehicles that operate within the system and broadcasting it through their platforms for users to find and utilise.
Take your business anywhere. And we mean this literally. While mPOS normally relies on a single telco provider, with Flexiroam, business owners can leverage our multi-network, telco-agnostic system to connect to the most powerful network available for maximum performance of the payment machines. This means the ability to keep mobile businesses connected at all times without turning away customers. We’re talking less downtime and greater profit margins. Now that’s hard to beat.
IoT helps fleet managers do more than just manage vehicles. From tracking shipments to optimising delivery and shipping routes, incorporating data from weather advisories and road closure memos to ensure operations run smoothly and on schedule, the technology is a cost-cutting tool that irons out the inefficiencies of a traditional logistics operation. And for stakeholders, it means getting important real-time updates. Flexiroam’s telco-agnostic system that spans across the world also means that logistics operations can cross wide geographical distances, including borders, without any disruption. In today’s global society, the benefits of this are immeasurable.