Intel unveils Sensing Platform for affordable mobile-based personal healthcare application

|November 15, 2014 0
Helps to create applications for different consumer segments

B ANGALORE, INDIA: At CeBIT 2014, Intel unveiled the Intel Sensing Platform, a unique solution combining hardware, mobile applications, analytics and cloud-based technology that enables mobile-based affordable and personal healthcare management application for masses. Designed to meet the unique consumer needs in India and other emerging markets, this platform can be used by the technology ecosystem to create applications for different consumer segments.

Intel Sensing Platform is a key innovation for bringing about critical change through enabling an affordable technology solution that can impact masses positively. “Technology today has become more immersive, perceptive and social; driving richer user experiences and productivity. At Intel, our endeavour is to use technology to improve the quality of life of people across the world,” said Kumud Srinivasan, President Intel India.

Intel is focused on innovating and harnessing the power of technology to create paradigm shifts in the way people, businesses and government agencies connect and interact, with its goal of delivering amazing computing experiences across a host of smart and connected devices.

Delivering a key note address on Building Tomorrow’s Technologies at CeBIT,  Intel India President stated the significance of technology and computing in catalyzing a truly digital world while enriching the lives of people and transforming businesses.

Intel India has been actively fueling innovation in India through its strong research and development presence here coupled with its partnerships with the vibrant tech ecosystem including government and academia.

Echoing the government’s Digital India focus on digital infrastructure, e-governance, utilities, digital literacy and digital empowerment for citizens, Intel India also discussed the growth of the technology landscape in India, focus on innovation and entrepreneurship. The discussion highlighted how technology usage in India is fast catching up and leap-frogging in emerging areas, marked by acceleration in IP creation, digital literacy, emphasis on serving local needs, rising  mobile penetration and social entrepreneurship.

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