This Year’s GITEX Highlights Smart Cities and the Reimagines Patient Care Pinpay to Receive $ 2.5 Million Investment from Fransabank
Government leaders and technology companies will have an opportunity at GITEX Intelligent Cities to experience the next wave of innovative and integrated technologies that are already helping cities around the world become more connected. Furthermore, the Smart Dubai Office is offering a first-of-its-kind, true city experience at GITEX this year, by bringing together partners from public and private sectors. In addition, the GITEX Technology Week 2016 will feature detailed cutting-edge healthcare technology offerings that save time on administration, reduces the scope for human error, and means staff can focus on patient care. Startups are beginning to play a significant role in reimagining healthcare. According to market intelligence firm Tractica, the world is set to see a new wave in healthcare wearables, with shipments growing from 2.5 million units in 2016 to 97.6 million by 2021, and $ 18 billion in revenue. The rapidly expanding GCC health market will include connected hospitals and healthcare providers with wearables, machine monitoring, and patient record digitization. The system includes patient wristbands with vital information for nursing staff, and the ability for doctors to view digital patient records from anywhere at any time – including their homes.