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Network infrastructure is typically part of the IT infrastructure found in most enterprise IT environments. The entire network infrastructure is interconnected, and can be used for internal communications, external communications or both.

We Design, install, implement, configure and maintain robust, reliable and secure network infrastructure with wide variety of technologies based on your requirements and limitations.


- LAN cabling

- WLAN

- LAN over PSTN

- Fibre optics


Most health care organizations have an existing network infrastructure – often they have several physically separate networks supporting clinical data, non-clinical data, voice, research, and possibly educational equipment and users. For several reasons (manageability, efficiency, costs), there is a move to converge these separate networks to use the same physical infrastructure while still providing the isolation, security, and quality of service (QoS) needed by the health care applications and resources.

Medical Grade Network is a network built on standards and best practices in the network industry that deliberately addresses the unique requirements at a health care organization. The bullet list of needs may seem fairly universal – interoperability, security, availability, productivity, and flexibility. However, these requirements are flavored by underlying mission of the health care organization – provide optimal patient care.



See on-demand movies, play and download millions of music songs in various genres, play games on-demand in many categories whether single or multiple, read E-books and more while you are under treatment in hospital.

Beware of all you need to know about your disease and your treatment process.

Order your favourite-suitable food from electronic meal ordering system.


Where can I find what? What current offers are there? How do I get to my desired store? Customers have this information right at their fingertips in a shopping center app. Indoor navigation as well as other services make the shopping experience more enjoyable and enriching for the customer. Automatic positioning, even in interior spaces, locates the customer on a digital map – enabling easier orientation and navigation. This map can also be integrated into kiosk systems or the website.

There are also a wide range of display options for stores and restaurants. Opening times, photos, information on the product range and contact options increase visibility enormously. Using location based marketing, retailers reach their target group directly: additional purchase incentives can be employed independent of the location and interests of the user, e.g. via push messages and coupons. The "Around me" function provides an overview of all stores in the user's environment.


Get fast and reliable GPS location information of your transportation fleet, remote workers or mobile equipment assets. we offer monitoring, reporting and communications services for you.

Our solutions provide global coverage allowing you to track the location of staff, vehicles, ships, or other assets. Additionally, we can provide the functionality to remotely monitor your vessels, vehicles or industrial equipment for operational performance data.

We provide a cross section of solutions to ensure your ability to track and communicate with your assets anywhere in the world.

Track your vehicles, vessels, field equipment, containers, people (lone workers), compressors, oil field equipment or other fixed or mobile assets

Location tracking by GPS with optional geo-fencing and mapping solutions

Track operational information such as runtime, temperature, security alarms, vehicle doors open/closed, speed, pressure or other parameters

Data Integration – In addition to basic GPS tracking, we can integrate with your vessels, vehicles or other assets to capture other operational information for safety monitoring, trend analysis, cost analysis and management reporting.

Web-Based Mapping Services – We can integrate with your existing mapping solutions or provide you with access to our hosted mapping services that allows you to view your assets and other operational data through a web browser.

Lone Worker Tracking – we provide a variety of options that let you track the location of your staff around the globe to ensure personal safety and provide a means for them to communicate with you. Are options range from handheld satellite phones with GPS to personal trackers and C1D2 certified personal safety systems that can automatically notify you if a worker becomes immobilize in the field or needs to send a distress signal for assistance.

Asset Tracking – For containers, cargo, railway cars or other equipment on the move, we provide a variety of options including battery powered solutions for items that may have no native power source.


Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is a technology to enable monitoring of patients outside of conventional clinical settings (e.g. in the home), which may increase access to care and decrease healthcare delivery costs.

Incorporating RPM in chronic disease management can significantly improve an individual's quality of life. It allows patients to maintain independence, prevent complications, and minimize personal costs. RPM facilitates these goals by delivering care right to the home. In addition, patients and their family members feel comfort knowing that they are being monitored and will be supported if a problem arises. This is particularly important when patients are managing complex self-care processes such as home hemodialysis. Key features of RPM, like remote monitoring and trend analysis of physiological parameters, enable early detection of deterioration; thereby, reducing number of emergency department visits, hospitalizations, and duration of hospital stays. The need for wireless mobility in healthcare facilitates the adoption of RPM both in community and institutional settings. The time saved as a result of RPM implementation increases efficiency, and allows healthcare providers to allocate more time to remotely educate and communicate with patients.

• Medication Administration Equipment—devices used to administer medications in tablet, liquid, or aerosol form.
• Test Kits—kits used for measuring the presence of various chemicals in blood or urine.
• First Aid Equipment—equipment used to care for injuries or temporary conditions.
• Assistive Technology—devices used to enhance personal capabilities, such as sensory abilities or mobility.
• Durable Medical Equipment—includes medical devices used to support performance of basic activities of daily living, such as beds, lifts, and toileting equipment.
• Meters/Monitors—includes a wide range of devices for determining health status or managing disease conditions, either one time or on an ongoing, intermittent basis.
• Treatment Equipment—equipment used to administer various medical therapies.
• Respiratory Equipment—equipment used to treat respiratory conditions.
• Feeding Equipment—devices used for feeding.
• Voiding Equipment—devices used for releasing urine or feces from the body.
• Infant Care—includes machines used to monitor and treat infants.
• Telehealth Equipment—equipment used to collect data in the home environment and transmit the data to a remote monitoring site.


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