VivaLNK (Campbell, Calif.) said today that it has launched a medical wearable sensor platform that includes a host of sensors, edge computing technologies, and an Internet of Health Things data cloud.
Officials at Campbell, Calif.–based VivaLNK described the platform as unique, saying that it captures data about human vitals and biometrics and delivers the data from the patient to edge computing devices as well as to the cloud. The data can then support application integration and analysis.
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