I wrote some examples about Internet of Things for Logistic and Agriculture previously. It was such a great implementation for Logistic since it can ease drivers to reach it destination and recognizing datas. Also, Internet of Things is really helpful for Agriculture for farmers managing their farm animals.
Leveraging in the Health area, Internet of Things can be literally helpful for some medics. Doctor can easily get patients’ datas without them filling in form first. That could be taking a long time. Internet of Things is easy click over a single device to get us connected with everything. Here are examples of Internet of things for Health:
1. Medical Fridges
Some medical equipment must keep cold to keep them save and secure. Checking the whole equipment such as medicines and vaccines one by one is wasting time, Control of conditions inside freezers storing vaccines, medicines and organic elements with a single device will be easier.
2. Ultraviolet Radiation
Global Warming effects make the sun shines brighter than before. The amount of UV Sun rays received is bigger than before. Your area could be exposed UV sun rays more than everywhere. Measure UV sun rays to warn people not to be exposed in certain hours.
3. Fall Detection
Our parents are getting older, and we are getting busier. Whether you like it or not, sometime you have to leave your parents who are getting old for a few days. Which means no one is taking care of them. This could make you worry about them. A single device will Assist for elderly or disabled people living independent to keep them save.
4. Patients Surveillance
Having a lot of patients can make it hard for doctor or nurses to maintain. In emergency condition, they can miss one patient. Monitoring of conditions of patients inside hospitals and in old people’s home with a single device can ease doctor and nurses to check their patients.
5. Sportsmen Care
Vital signs monitoring in high performance centers and fields for patients while they are exercising. This will help nurses and doctors monitor their patients’ vital signs.