Connected Living

Mobilising the Internet of Things

Connected Living comes of age

– read the latest report on M2M by GSMAi

The GSMA Embedded SIM Specification

– A New SIM for M2M

Connected Life

The next five years in Asia

IoT Connection Efficiency

Establishing guidelines for how machines should communicate via the mobile network in the most intelligent and efficient way

Future IoT Networks

Establishing common capabilities among mobile operators to enable a network that supports value creation for all stakeholders

Remote M2M Provisioning

Uniting all stakeholders behind a single, common and global specification to accelerate the growing M2M market

IoT Business Enablers

A sustainable M2M environment that enables operators to unlock the consumer and business benefits of the IoT
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Connected Living

The GSMA Connected Living programme is an initiative to help operators add value and accelerate the delivery of new connected devices and services in the Machine to Machine (M2M) market. This is to be achieved by industry collaboration, appropriate regulation, optimising networks as well as developing key enablers to support the growth of M2M in the immediate future and the Internet of Things (IoT) in the longer term.

Our vision is to enable the IoT, a world in which consumers and businesses enjoy rich new services, connected by an intelligent and secure mobile network.

 

Connected Living News

Medical Entrepreneur Start-up Hospital - M.E.S.H Camp 2014

22 July 2014 @ 9:00 pm, 17 - 18 September 2014, Berlin, Germany. Anyone who's ever tried to launch a start-up knows how hard it is. It takes all you've got to succeed. DocCheck Guano organises a 2-day hospital camp event for start-ups in the health sector that will get you in shape. Whether you're a greenhorn or an old cam...

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Apple’s “iTime” patent hints at gestural interface, but no health features

22 July 2014 @ 6:45 pm, Apple has been granted a patent, filed originally in July 2011, for a wrist-worn iWatch device, giving a new peek into some possible features of the much-hyped device rumored to be launching in October. However, on the subject of healthcare or wellness tracking as a focus for the device, the docume...

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Seven startups join the New York Digital Health Accelerator

22 July 2014 @ 6:31 pm, The New York Digital Health Accelerator has revealed the seven companies that will participate in its second class, which is sponsored by the State of New York, nonprofit New York e-Health Collaborative (NYeC), and the Partnership Fund for New York City. The program will run for four months and d...

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Survey: 9 percent of Americans use doctor ratings sites

22 July 2014 @ 6:22 pm, About 9 percent of Americans received comparative information about doctors from a ratings website like HealthGrades.com, Yelp.com, or Angie’s List, according to a recent survey of about 1,000 conducted by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research and funded by the Robert Wo...

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Xiaomi to offer a $13 wristworn activity tracker in China

22 July 2014 @ 6:07 pm, Chinese electronics company Xiaomi has announced a new fitness band that will retail in China for just $13 (79 RMB). The device will track activity, act as a silent alarm, and do something novel for fitness-tracking wristbands: unlock the user’s phone in lieu of a password. PC World covered th...

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Walgreens amps up health tracking rewards program with Fogg’s behavior change method

22 July 2014 @ 5:58 pm, Retail pharmacy company Walgreens is bolstering its rewards program by training some of its pharmacists and online customer reps in Stanford psychologist and mobile health expert Dr. BJ Fogg’s behavior change methodology, called Tiny Habits. Over the years Fogg has had considerable influence...

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California HIE adopts iBlueButton app to connect providers, patients

22 July 2014 @ 4:04 pm, California Direct joins the growing list of organizations using the app to enable secure transmission of medical records from the provider to the patient via mobile device....

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BlackBerry Subsidiary Getting Serious About mHealth

22 July 2014 @ 3:00 pm, BlackBerry may be a shell of its former self among the modern smartphone superpowers of the world, but that doesn’t mean the embattled mobile giant …...

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Infographic: The Impact of EHR and Big Data’s Fusion

22 July 2014 @ 2:00 pm, Without question, the newly forged and already inextricable link between big data and electronic health records will forever change the course of healthcare information technology.…...

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3 advantages of using mHealth in the OR

22 July 2014 @ 1:31 pm, Marion McCall of Surgical Information Systems explains how mobile devices can help improve one of the most complex and chaotic departments in the hospital....

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