What is Healthcare IoT?

Defining the Internet of Things (IoT) broadly is difficult, but defining IoT for a given industry such as Healthcare is easier.

Defining Healthcare IoT

The Internet of Healthcare Things (IoHT) encompasses many areas and is a subset of Healthcare Information and Communications Technology (ICT), which itself includes many different technologies such as IoT, broadband wireless, robotics, telepresence, artificial intelligence, machine communications, human augmentation, big data and analytics.  One of the most important aspects of IoHT is connectedness.

Connected Health

Connected health goes beyond healthcare services and administration, covering the entire value chain such as Laboratory Information Systems (LIS). Connected health business models are also transforming as the Cloud-based “as a Service” model facilitates the ability to treat many healthcare products as ongoing services.


IoT in Healthcare Value Chain

The evolving area of Real-Time Remote Medical Diagnosis Systems promise to revolutionize the detection and prescriptive abilities of healthcare diagnostics as IoT technologies integrate with Electronic Healthcare Records systems.

More on IoHT


IoT in Healthcare Market Outlook and Forecasts 2017 – 2022 provides an in-depth assessment of the global IoT healthcare market including growth drivers, value chain, vendor analysis, and quantitative assessment of the industry from 2017 to 2022.  Learn about the market drivers, challenges, and opportunities for every constituent in the value chain.

Report findings include:


  • IoT Healthcare market will grow at a 17.7% CAGR globally during 2017 – 2022
  • USA is expected to lead the North America IoT healthcare market at 78% market share
  • Remote patient monitoring is expected to lead telemedicine application with 47% market share within the segment
  • There will be a significant number of new diagnostic tests and remote patient monitoring users during the estimated period
  • Healthcare IoT market will be largely empowered by non-cellular connectivity technology including WiFi, ZigBee, Satellite, Bluetooth, and NFC
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What are the Key Trends in Smart Cities?

Key Smart City Trends at Symposium

Learn the key trends in Smart Cities including what Smart City technologies are required to move from R&D to real-world solutions.


The 2nd Smart Cities International Symposium & Exhibition, January 17-18, 2018 in Chicago brings together key thought leaders and municipal executives to explore the most recent technology advances and lessons learned to date in making the intelligent, interconnected city a reality.

The emphasis is on implementation strategy, project financing, case studies, and compelling business models for achieving successful results in the real world.

Don’t miss this opportunity to network one-on-one with leading Smart City innovators and executives!

Topics at Smart City Symposium:

– Defining and Refining the Smart City Vision
– Financing and Business Models: Moving Forward Today On Critical Initiatives
– Key Lessons Learned: Viewpoints from Leading Smart City Mayors
The MaaS Effect on the Business of Transport
– Smart Buildings for Smarter Workers and Workplaces
– Turning Big Data Into Local Insights For Smart Cities
– Supporting Climate Action and Sustainability Goals
– Effective Strategies for Becoming a Connected Smart City
– Smart Transportation and Electric Vehicles Progress
– To Open Smart City Data Or Not?
– New Challenges and Solutions for Cyber and Physical Security

Smart Cities Research and Smart City Reports:

IoT in Smart Cities

The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to transform the way people work, play, and interact with products and services. A significant majority of IoT applications will occur within metropolitan areas and will ultimately integrate within a Smart City ecosystem. Improving the operational effectiveness and efficiency, safeguarding assets, and establishing new value-added services are a few of the fundamental goals of Smart Buildings.


Intelligent Buildings: IoT in Smart Cities, Commercial Real Estate, and Homes 2017 – 2022  assesses the Smart City, Intelligent Buildings, and Connected Homes marketplace. Emphasis is focused upon common technologies, capabilities, and functionality across each segment as well as related market challenges and opportunities. The report provides analysis of specific opportunity areas including embedded hardware, automation software, and managed services.  The report also focuses attention upon related smart products and services including data and analytics. The report includes detailed forecasts for the period 2017 to 2022.

Smart Workplaces

The primary goals of the Smart Workplace are to provide a safer, more comfortable, and productive work environment. From a building tenant perspective, these attributes provide for higher overall efficiency and effectiveness as well as a more highly satisfied workforce. From a Commercial Real Estate (CRE) owner perspective, Smart Buildings that facilitate a Smart Work environment garner higher rents than non-intelligent buildings.

Certain leading companies within the CRE sector are realizing tangible benefits from developing Smart Buildings. The CRE industry is able to charge higher fees for IoT enabled intelligent buildings as well as leverage various capabilities to provide Smart Workplace solutions.


Smart Workplace Market in Industry Verticals 2018 to 2023 provides analysis of the market for Smart Workplace solutions, applications, and services across industry verticals. Sectors analyzed and forecast in this report include Education and Training, Financial Services, Government and Public Services, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Manufacturing, Media and Entertainment, Real Estate and Construction, Retail Sales and Services, Telecommunication and IT, Transportation and Logistics. The report analyzes smart workplace products and integrated systems, transformation services, and integrated workplace management systems. The report provides detailed forecasts for years 2018 to 2023.

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Americas Largest Healthcare Organizations at the National Healthcare CIO Summit

The largest healthcare organizations will be seeking to purchase alternative products and services at the National Healthcare CIO Summit taking place March 19-20 at the Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate, Orlando, FL.


Key note speakers from previous editions include:

– Luis E. Taveras, PhD, Senior Vice President, Office of Integration, RWJ Barnabas Health
– James Brady, Area Chief Information Officer, Kaiser Permanente
– Bryan C. Kissinger, PhD, VP, Information Risk Management and CISO, Sharp HealthCare
– Judi Binderman, VP, Corporate CMIO, Community Medical Centers
– Ivan Durbak, Chief Information Officer, Bronx-Lebanon Hospital
– Michael Pfeffer, Chief Information Officer, UCLA Health Sciences

Executives at the National Healthcare CIO Summit will be represented from hospitals and healthcare systems including decision makers with the job titles of CIO, CTO, CMIO, SVP and VP of IT, with ultimate responsibility for IT. Pre-selected solution providers will get to have one-on-one meetings with senior healthcare IT executives from the largest healthcare organizations across the US, guaranteeing valuable networking opportunities and a definite return on investment.

The healthcare IT executives will have a minimum $5 million spending budget with sign off authority and an interest in purchasing your products and services! – For more details refer to: https://events.marcusevans-events.com/national-hc-cio-mcommerce/ or email dsacal@marcusevansch.com

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6th Annual Cyber Intelligence Asia Conference and Exhibition

Cyber Security is still a global issue with recent attacks being extremely sophisticated and unexpected. Different industries are being targeted to cause the greatest impact to an economy. We are pleased to announce the 6th annual Cyber Intelligence Asia conference and exhibition will take place in Singapore on the 20-22 March 2018.

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To be part of our 6th annual Cyber Intelligence Asia conference and exhibition either as a sponsor, exhibitor, speaker or delegate please contact us on events@intelligence-sec.com or +44 1582 346 706.

Intelligence-Sec is a fully integrated Conferences and Exhibitions Company creating targeted well thought out four day events to keep you fully up to date with all the topical subjects in the security industry.

Its employees are fully up to speed, and passionate about security and aim to provide you with the best industry events across the globe. With full experience of operating in global markets, they ensure that their clients are 100% satisfied with our services.

Their aim to work to your requirements and are fully flexible so that you gain the best possible return on investment at our events

Intelligence-Sec employees have extensive knowledge in the events and security industry. They work with local government agencies to ensure the best quality of knowledge and up to date topics are being discussed at our events.

They ensure that each event Intelligence-Sec deliver is thoroughly researched to provide subject matter of a high standard. They strive to engage the best industry speakers from across the globe in order that you receive a full perspective of the event focus when you participate.

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IoT Innovation in India covered in Upcoming IoT India Expo 2018

Mind Commerce is pleased to support the 2nd IoT India Expo 2018.

This event addresses the next wave of the industrial revolution, which is crucial to government, businesses, consumers, and the industrial sector.  Indeed, IoT will transform all sectors including automation, manufacturing, agriculture, automotive, consumer electronics, energy and utilities, healthcare, home automation, infrastructure, and more.


The first edition of this event attracted 4235 visitors from Mobility, Healthcare, Agriculture, Insurance, Legal, Architects, Telecom and Industrial manufacturing industry seeking both hardware and software solutions. Startup Planet showcasing solutions for home automation, mobility and logistics pulled huge interest from corporations, investors, students and IoT start-ups.

Techknow conference sessions were well-attended by 70 eminent speakers and 434 delegates from industry and academia. The sessions deliberated on vast opportunities in the IoT ecosystem including starting and integrating IoT in the business, bridging gap between strategy and execution, monetization and policies, ROI and funding of IoT start-ups and many more.

For more information, Download the Event Brochure or visit the event website.

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The Future of Manufacturing: Smart Factories, Robotics, Teleoperation, and Industrial IoT

The future of manufacturing will be based largely on how effectively factories become smarter and more integrated with various technologies including robotics and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

The combination of Robotics, Teleoperation, and Cloud technologies is poised to transform Industrial Processes

Robotics in industry will continue to become increasingly more sophisticated and data intensive.  The massive amount of data generated by robotics will create opportunities for data analytics and Artificial Intelligence enabled decision support systems.

One of the Primary Goals of the Next Generation Smart Factory is to Bring Digitization to Heavy Industry

IIoT itself is part of a broader trend towards the transformation of industry as part of a fourth industrial revolution (e.g. Industry 4.0) and involves more than just manufacturing.

There are many technologies, companies, and industry organizations working together to realize the Next Generation Smart Factory.  For example, the Industrial Internet Consortium recently announced the establishment of a Smart Factory Machine Learning for Predictive Maintenance Testbed.  One of the primary purposes of the Testbed is to create and validate new business models with flexible assignment of production resources across factory locations.

Next Generation Smart Manufacturing will also rely upon the successful integration of many different technologies and solutions such as the convergence of Cloud, Data Management, IoT Platforms.  Solutions based on these areas will enable the next evolution of data analytics in which manufacturing will realize significant tangible and intangible benefits from IoT data.

The evolution of production towards a more flexible and distributed as a service model will also be an important aspect of manufacturing.  3D Printing will be a big part of this evolution and is poised to cause a huge shift in manufacturing, especially when coupled with AI and advancements in IIoT.

In next five years, virtually every human will come into touch with 3D printed products

Every person in the developed world will be positively impacted by 3D printed products thanks to fully integrated, flexible, and distributed manufacturing. Mind Commerce sees 3D Printing as an essential building block, along with 5G, AI, and IIoT in forming next generation smart manufacturing.


Next Generation Smart Factories: Industrial Robotics, IIoT, 3D Printing, and Advanced Data Management evaluates the impact of industrial robotics, IIoT, 3D Printing, and Advanced Data Management upon the manufacturing as well as other product and service creation industries.  The research covers how the Smart Factory of the future will bring digitization to heavy industry. The research includes forecasts for 2017 through 2021 for each technology area in terms of market value expectations and penetration.

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ICT Reports, Insights, Data, Forecasts, and more from Mind Commerce

Mind Commerce ICT Research

Mind Commerce is your trusted source for research and strategic analysis focused exclusively on the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry.

Unlike some other research companies, Mind Commerce focuses only on ICT.

Mind Commerce provides Syndicated, Exclusive, and Customized ICT Reports

We provide business information, market and technology insights for and about the global ICT industry.  Coverage areas include communications, applications, content, and commerce.  Premium B2B service customers include global ICT companies, enterprise, government, and NGOs.

Mind Commerce ICT Practice Areas

Mind Commerce practice areas are directed at the ongoing transformation of communications, applications, content, and commerce.

Mind Commerce provides Business Information, Market and Technology Insights focused on Emerging Opportunities and Challenges

Mind Commerce reports, data, and insights provide a great depth of knowledge into new and disintermediating technologies, evolving business models, transforming market needs and emerging opportunities.


Mind Commerce reports provide key trends, projections, and in-depth analysis for infrastructure, platforms, devices, applications, services, emerging business models and opportunities.  Mind Commerce specializes in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) arena.  Primary focus areas are Artificial Intelligence, Broadband Wireless (5G, LTE, and WiFi), Cloud Computing, Data Analytics, and Internet of Things.

Mind Commerce Research Philosophy

Valuable research facilitates good decision making. Mind Commerce focuses on qualitative and quantitative analysis that enables its clients to make informed decisions.

Mind Commerce research help clients save money, make optimal investments, and identify key trends and focus areas.

Mind Commerce ICT Coverage Areas

While Mind Commerce covers many aspects of the ICT industry, special emphasis is focused upon a few key emerging and disruptive technologies areas including 5G, AI, Cloud Computing (including Multi-access Edge Computing), Data Analytics, Immersive Technologies (Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and related areas), and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and solutions.


Mind Commerce focuses also focuses on technology convergence, such as the intersection of Cloud Computing, Data Technologies, and IoT as depicted above.

  • Mind Commerce reports typically evaluate the market for a given technology and solution area in terms of Apps, Devices, Infrastructure, and Services
  • Mind Commerce reports also typically focus on market opportunities and challenges across various industry Verticals

Mind Commerce Customers

Mind Commerce customers range from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups.

Clients are typically part of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) ecosystem including government, NGO organizations, product, and service companies.

Mind Commerce Customer Quotes

“Mind Commerce fills a gap in the technology research landscape, covering many emerging and growth segments in the telecoms and IT sector that are not or not yet on the agenda of the larger analyst firms” (Telecom Service Provider)

“A very good addition for IT-focused content, especially for those that don’t have access to resources like Gartner, Forrester, Frost & Sullivan” (Information Services Provider)

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