Health care has benefited greatly from IoT advancements since the pandemic. Whether it’s support for at-home patient care, medical transportation, or pharmaceutical access, IoT solutions are assisting health care professionals. IoT devices tagged with sensors, for example, are used for tracking the real-time location of medical equipment, like wheelchairs, defibrillators, nebulizers, oxygen pumps, and other monitoring equipment. The deployment of medical staff at different locations can also be analyzed in real-time.
Demand for Specialized IoT Data Management
With the advancement in technology, facilities now have a real-time connection to thousands of data points, IoT solutions will focus heavily on managing that data. The growing need for advanced analytics will also accelerate the demand for specialized IoT platforms. Additionally, the demand for the interoperability of siloed data from various subsystems is now critical in creating a holistic view of the entire facility to unlock actionable insights.
Off-the-Shelf IoT Solutions
While the average enterprise buyer might be interested in investing in IoT technology, the initial learning curve and hesitancy can be challenging as IoT developers work to perfect new use cases for users.
Facility Managers should take advantage of these growing trends in order to manage their portfolios in a more cost-efficient, effective, and sustainable way. If you are interested in talking to an expert, please do not hesitate in contacting us. Visit our website www.e-magic.ca to learn more about our solution offerings and start maximizing and optimizing your facility operations.