Our project Response was shown on the French news recently. The project is turning an old disctrict in the city of Dijon into a energy postive district using new smart and suistainable technologies. CNet is responsible for air quality monitoring.
Last week the first swedish patients started using the HSmartBPM platform for management of hypertension. HSmartBPM improves effectiveness of the treatment of hypertensive, or undiagnosed high-risk patients by collecting much more data from different sources and by maximizing the benefits of collected data by sharing of data between related actors such as healthcare experts, patients, nurses and informal caregiver under control of patients, in compliance with GDPR requirements. The platform consists of a connected weightscale, a wearable smart watch with built in blood pressure monitor and patient apps for Android and iOS together with a backend and web apps for clinicians. The Swedish patients are all located in Region Jämtland-Härjedalen, Zätagränd Hälsocentral. CheckHealth has the technical responsibility for the rollout of the platform in Sweden.