Motorola set to release mobile healthcare apps in Singapore

Staff writer
telecomasia.net
Motorola Solutions announced that it will soon bring to market a number of local mobile healthcare solutions together with its partners, as a result of its collaboration with the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA).
 
Working closely with partners enrolled under this incubation programme to drive healthcare mobility applications development expertise in homegrown enterprises, these solutions include routing and scheduling mobile dispatch solutions, as well as home health monitoring systems which connect devices to medical devices for vital signs monitoring via Bluetooth.
 
The partnership is under Singapore’s Healthcare Innovation Program which has seen over 15 local partner enrolments in its first year.
 
To date, the program has generated close to S$1 million ($801,520) in software and hardware revenues for MSI partners, and solutions are being delivered into local healthcare outlets, or in trial phases.
 
The program was designed to incubate innovative enterprise mobile applications for the healthcare sector to build a more vibrant application development ecosystem in Singapore and the region.
 
Other homegrown application developers also part of this program so far include SQL View, Napier Healthcare, Medisys, Y3 Technologies, Cadi Scientific, Ace Vision, LANWorks, Cicada Cube, KOOPrime, HutCabb, Autoscan, Care Inc and KenLab, whose enterprise mobile solutions are either currently undergoing trials in local healthcare clusters or currently in pilot phases.

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