How Intelligent Systems Streamline Data Landscapes in Healthcare

Posted By Jeff Wettlaufer
Technical Program Manager

Hi everyone. With the exciting release of Windows Embedded 8, and the amazing application experiences that are associated with this new platform, we wanted to talk about how, from the sensor to the cloud, a consistent data stream and application experience can be shared across a number of form factors using a single development toolset.

By optimizing our development, and helping you adopt using world-class development tools like Visual Studio, we enable organizations to standardize on one trusted platform, so you can develop cloud- connected services right down to embedded devices, and even the smallest of sensors like devices such as pulse oximeter sensors, used to record blood oxygen at family doctor offices.

By utilizing toolsets like the .Net Micro Framework, .Net Compact Framework and even the larger .Net Framework, devices from the smallest sensors to complete intelligent system solutions can be cloud- connected and deployed in the thousands to become a new source of intelligence.

Let’s take a look at a brief demo of this concept in action.

We are witnessing the industry transform to a services-based economy. We hope that by providing you with consistent, standard development tools, you can rapidly monetize this trend for your business. By standardizing on these development tools, you are empowered to drive secure, connected relationships into your devices no matter their size or architecture, and connect cloud services and intelligent systems together. Microsoft is leading the industry in becoming a devices and services company, and we want you to join us on this journey. Thank you.

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