The connectivity of biomedical devices with traditional communication networks

Marinescu Maria-Roxana 1, Buiu Octavian 1, Suchea Mirela 1, Marculescu Ovidiu 2,3,*

1 - National Institute for Research and Development in Microtechnologies – IMT Bucharest, 077190, Voluntari, Romania
2 - University Politehnica of Bucharest, 060032, Bucharest, Romania
3 - National Research and Development Institute for Food Bioresources – IBA Bucharest, 020323, Bucharest, Romania



The demand for rapid information and communication in the last century has influenced all the principal domains, esspecially the medical field, more precisely – the healthcare domain. The remote patient monitoring is in continuous growth. Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Cloud computing represent the set of technologies that are the core of digital healthcare. The huge amount of data obtained by the Internet of Things (IoT) and stored in Cloud can be used by AI for creating future improved applications.
Such a medical micro-electro-mechanical biodevice (bioMEMS) was developed in previous research. Now, solutions were sought to connect it with the digital world, in order to integrate it in personalized remote medicine. An application that can give the patient the advantage to track their health was developed for this device.

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