The Global Internet of Things (IoT) Awards has seen the Memo Next Generation Telecare suite from Alcuris shortlisted in the Connected Health and Wearable category.
The Memo Next Generation Telecare suite from Alcuris has been shortlisted along with its connectivity partner Eseye for the prestigious awards programme honouring the most innovative companies, products, and individual talent across multiple industry categories.
The other shortlisted contenders for the Connected Health and Wearable category are:
- ConnectUp Technologies LLC, Connect Up – Stratus Series Wearables & Devices
- Vodafone, Vodafone Business Nursing Button
- io, Saepio contact tracing, social distancing and quarantine management
- Pangea Connected Ltd, Instanet
- Eseye, IoT Connectivity Accelerates Next Generation Telecare
- Altice Labs, SmartAL remote health monitoring
- ZARIOT; Oppo, OPPO Watch
- Skyresponse AB
There are 11 categories in the awards, which are open to corporations, companies, startups, and business leaders from the Internet of Things (IoT) sector.
The independent panel of judges will be looking for the most innovative IoT applications, or the apps that are most valuable or beneficial to both user and provider, and which advance the cause of the IoT.
Alex Nash Managing Director at Alcuris said: “We are incredibly proud of our innovative Memo solution, developed and manufactured here in the UK, receiving this recognition in front of a global audience. Next Generation Telecare supports the shift from analogue equipment to digital services, an increased focus on proactive preventative services and helps to manage rising demand pressures in the face of budgetary constraints. We are starting to see the pace of change increase across the UK.”