Beacons in Life Sciences

Beacons improve the running of medical facilities and enhance the patient experience. Using beacons improves operational efficiency and reduces costs.

Safety & Security
Panic and safety alerts based on button presses, detect items being stolen
Locating
Find items quicker, locate patients and staff
Wayfinding
A to B navigation
Information
App-based beacon-triggered information such as wait times
Auditing
Monitoring temperature/light/humidity of areas and medicine bags
Facility
Asset utilisation, identify pinch points, under-used areas

The more innovative and far-reaching scenarios involve the use of patient sensing rather than location. We have found the main problem for practitioners is that while there are Bluetooth fitness devicessensor beaconswearable beacons, there's no obvious way to collect and analyse the sensor data, particularly when this data is noisy and complex. We help with these problems, providing multiple ways to record sensor data and, if necessary, extract insights via the latest AI machine learning techniques.

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Read about complete solutions. View wearable Beacons and gateways. Read about our consultancy services to help you derive the right goals, analyse your existing data, determine required new data and assess feasibility. Discover our in-house software development services.

Our Ready-Made Software

BeaconServer™ - Collects and decodes beacon data

BeaconRTLS™ - Real time locating with alerts

SensorMesh™ - Site wide data collection using Bluetooth Mesh

SensorLoRa™ - Extends sensing up to 15km

SensorBoard™ -  View your organisation's processes with alerts and notifications to your systems

SensorCognition™ - Serverless machine learning with sensor data

More Information

Wearable Beacons

Beacons and Machine Learning

Beacons and the Internet of Things (IoT)

Beacons and Bluetooth Mesh

Beacons and Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS)

What are Beacons

Sensor Beacons

Tags: life sciences, health