Marrath's smart health solutions cover fitness, personal care, sleep care, and home health care. We provide various product solutions and open capabilities of health platforms to help you develop a health products ecosystem. Compatible with multiple protocols such as Wi-Fi+BLE, Wi-Fi, BLE, NB-IoT, and GPRS, and backed up by the diversified ecosystem of Powered by Marrath, these solutions support the interconnection and interoperability across brands and devices. With the one-stop smart solutions on the IoT Platform, you can quickly implement smart products to save huge development and maintenance costs.
Smart home medical devices
If having a smart pill feeding data to your doctor remotely sounds a little too intrusive to you, there are a number of less intrusive smart options for home care.
A smart thermometer can be used to correlate your body temperature with your age, weight, and gender and link to your smart phone, which can provide recommendations to help you feel better and will keep track of your body temperature trends for later analysis. Likewise, a smart blood pressure monitor uses a smart phone app to record, analyze, and present the results, feeding the data directly to your doctor and giving you data-based recommendations for getting blood pressure levels back to normal.
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Smart devices for checking, monitoring and analyzing personal health abound. Just make sure the supplier is reputable and also has the proper IoT ecosystem security in place.
Purifiers, humidifiers, and dehimidifiers
Air purifiers remove contaminants from the air and improve indoor air quality, which is essential for staying healthy when stuck at home.
Humidifiers add moisture to the air to help treat dryness to the ears, nose, and throat.
Dehumidifiers reduce humidity levels to make your home less hospitable to dust and mold and other things that tend to cause allergies.
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All of the above comes in “smart” versions that link up with smart phone applications to allow you to control them remotely, schedule “scenes” by linking them with other smart technology in your home, and record and analyze important data that shows what effect they are having on your home and health.
There’s more to health-related smart devices than just the above, of course. Every day companies are coming out with new and innovative smart products to address every aspect of human health, from how we take medicine to how long we have to wait for emergency treatment.
In a time when “taking care” has taken on a whole new meaning, one can never be too safe, or too smart