As society’s approach to health and wellness shifts towards more proactive care, IoT technology opens up new opportunities. Service providers can build scalable, user-friendly applications on mSafety that give end users the maximum personal freedom, while their health status is being monitored continuously.
Services built on mSafety provide a discreet, effective way of monitoring people with chronic health conditions such as diabetes, stroke, heart failure or arrhythmia. Increasingly, remote monitoring is used to detect the early warning signs among those at risk of developing certain conditions. Wellness applications help healthy people of all ages stay in shape.
If someone with a heart condition wears the mSafety device, it could prompt him to take his medicine or do his daily exercises. If he should fall, an external fall detection sensor could generate and send an alert to his care manager or family member.