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BaseN actively participates the Bled eConference in Slovenia 2018. We are proud to announce that Michael Hartman, Country Manager, Czech Republic, will present the role of spime in eHealth as driver of the digital transformation.
The 31st Bled eConference with the theme “Digital Transformation: Meeting the Challenges” will be held on June 17-20, 2018 in Bled, Slovenia. The idea of the conference is to create a creative atmosphere for researchers, government, industry/business representatives and technology providers to discuss, network and share their knowledge about the Internet of Things.
BaseN Platform enables remote tracking, secure storage, real time analysis and control of patient health measures, such as blood pressure, heart rate, glucose levels, body temperature, weight, as well as sleep and activity data coming from wearable technology devices. Patients can store all their measurements in their personal health spimes, with the possibility to easily share this data with doctors, nurses, insurance companies, family members, and other players in the digital healthcare service environment.
BaseN, established in 2001, has a proven track record of being the engine for managing millions of data points from countless sources. The core features of BaseN’s global full stack IoT platform are scalability, fault tolerance and its inherently distributed architecture. Currently BaseN Platform processes over one million spime transactions per second. Spimes store every piece of code together with all collected data from and around physical objects in the Internet of Things, enabling the creation of intelligent services around products.