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Cristina de Luca is a journalist with a masters' degree in Marketing. The last 30 years of her career, Cristina dedicated to multi platform content within the IT and communication areas. De Luca was a reporter, editor and content director for News organisations such as the braziilain media Group Globo, IDG (IDC in Brazil), JB Media Group, O Dia and the internet news portal Terra. Cristina has been awarded six times the Comunique-se award in the categories IT and Specialists.
Most SCADA solutions have decades of service behind them. They probably took years to install and have undergone several enhancements and upgrades over time. Today, however, more organisations are realising that their traditional SCADA systems are becoming cumbersome, problematic and difficult to maintain and support. Not least because they were designed and built for a very different world.
Many existing SCADA systems are difficult to configure, maintain and support and have inherent limitations
The patient monitoring device market is projected to reach $55.1 billion by 2025, according to Markets and Markets. The integration of monitoring technologies into smartphones and wireless devices is a key trend in patient care, resulting in the introduction of remote monitoring systems, mobile cardiac telemetry devices, mobile personal digital assistant (PDA) systems, wireless ambulatory EEG recorders, and ambulatory event monitors.
HMS includes it all: from personal devices to medical and imaging devices. In recent years, rising healthcare spending, especially in hospital settings, has shifted the focus to alternative methods of treatment, such as home healthcare.
The market size for air quality monitoring systems was $5.02 billion in 2021 and is expected to increase to $8.33 billion by 2028, predicts Fortune Business Insights. The major factors driving the market are growing awareness among consumers, stringent air quality monitoring and control regulations, and increasing awareness among the common mass to mitigate health risks.
Key players in the market focus on providing solutions used to measure specific pollutants, also known as “criteria air pollutants”, such as sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide, volatile organic compounds, and nitrous oxide present in the air. Among other things, these pollutants make the air we breathe a public health problem.