Key Design Challenges in The Development of Connected Personal Health Devices

The increasing prevalence of chronic diseases, the aging population, and now the global pandemic have urged people to adapt to a healthy lifestyle. This has inspired the evolution of innovative personal health devices and patient-centric applications to diagnose basic symptoms, monitor body vitals, assist patients in therapy and manage their daily medications. As these devices become smaller, their development complexity increases due to multiple sensor integration, varied connectivity options, and low power consumption requirements in a portable formfactor.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Vihar Soni

Vihar Soni works as Assistant Product Manager and focuses on the Digital Engineering portfolio at eInfochips. Vihar is working on cutting-edge technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). He carries close to seven years of experience in Product Management, Go-To-Market Strategies, and Solution Consulting. He likes to read on new technology trends in his free time.

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