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Healthcare technology is primed to grow at lightning speed given the advancements in healthcare analytics, the increasing frequency and resolution of MRIs, and other image and video-related data that’s being captured in today’s advanced modes of medical care. From insurance to healthcare organizations, there has been a sizeable investment in patient and customer portals to better meet their needs and have easy access to their own data.
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Firms circulate data between core, edge, and endpoint for a variety of use cases including analytics and branch operations. Fraud detection on the edge is a growing use case for banks and other financial firms given its immediate impact on the balance sheet. ATM machines are being outfitted with analytics engines to authenticate would-be ATM customers looking to withdraw funds.
Manufacturers have long collected and acted on real-time data feeds within controlled manufacturing environments, leading to better quality products at significantly lower prices. Companies are now looking to alert and trigger a variety of actions, based on data collected outside the factory walls, while products are actively being used. Manufacturers can extend product life and reduce failures by observing performance in random environments with a multitude of behavior profiles. This is now possible with IoT via sensors embedded and connected in the everyday products we use.
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