TechTarget recently highlighted swyMed as one of the most interesting technologies at ATA 2016, the annual conference and trade show of the American Telemedicine Association. Considering that 279 exhibitors competed for the attention of 6,000 visitors, we’re pleased to have made an impression.
A few highlights from the article:
- swyMed’s live video medicine platform is based on technology that was custom-built for satellite data transmission during the 1996 Olympic Games.
- swyMed provides encrypted real-time or asynchronous video for mobile health, remote medicine, or home health applications—with or without broadband Internet connectivity.
- A sample kit comes with an enclosed tablet device, speaker, keyboard, and handset, as well as a comprehensive set of remote medicine diagnostic tools, including a stethoscope, iriscope, otoscope, and pulse oximeter—all contained in a rugged orange case. As explained by John Kroon, Vice President for European Operations, “It’s an array of different peripherals connected to software that can be used in real time for point-to-point care.”
To read the article, click here.
To learn more about swyMed, click here.