Come visit us!
Connected Health Conference in Boston,
16 – 18 October 2019, Booth #966
The mSafety team will be attending the Connected Health Conference in Boston, Massachusetts. We are excited for three full days of discussion about healthcare innovation with remote health monitoring.
Are you attending?
Are you attending the conference as a provider of services to the health & wellness segment? If so, have you thought about using a wearable device? Maybe you’re weighing up whether to buy a ready-made solution or develop your own? Come and talk to us about mSafety – a B2B offering from Sony.
What is mSafety?
mSafety includes both a purpose-built wearable and a complete service to manage the backend and device fleet. It’s got everything you need to start building new, value-adding remote-monitoring services for application such as chronic condition management, assisted living for seniors, clinical trials and more. mSafety makes development and operation easy for service providers – allowing businesses to purely focus on adding value for their customers.
Meet us at the conference
The Connected Health Conference is the global platform for discussions about health innovation. The theme for 2019 is “designing for healthy habits & better outcomes” and will explore the upcoming major shift in the way humans use connected technologies for healthcare.
If you want to learn more about mSafety, we invite you to take advantage of our expertise in connectivity and high-quality hardware design… and bypass the uncertainties of an in-house development project!
Where to find us?
Make sure to find us at Booth #966 in the conference hall. Also, mark your calendars for the live session at 11:30 AM on Thursday, 17th October at the Innovation Zone Stage. Anders Strömberg, Head of Wearable Platform department at Sony Network Communications Europe, presents what’s unique about mSafety and how you can use it to build value adding connected health services.
Thursday, 17th October, 11:30 AM, at the Innovation Zone Stage
Anders Strömberg, Head of Wearable Platform department at Network Communications Europe, presents what’s unique about mSafety and how you can use it to build value adding connected health services.