Biotricity has built a remote patient monitoring platform comprised of three key components tailored to a variety of diagnostic and post-diagnostic applications. The first two applications of this platform cover the diagnostic and post-diagnostic cardiac markets: Bioflux and Biolife.

 

IoT Hardware

The hardware is designed with adaptability in mind – hardware so flexible, it can be applied to different applications simply by changing the sensors integrated. All aspects of the hardware platform are designed in accordance to electrical and medical safety and emissions standards. It comprises a built-in global 4G cellular modem and a DSP microprocessor for real-time analytics.

Key Features Include:

  • Integrated Quad Band 4G Cellular Modem
    – SIM or CDMA
    – Can be upgraded to 5G
  • DSP Microprocessor for real-time algorithms
  • Built-in A-GPS and GPS
  • FCC registered
  • PTCRB certified
  • IEC 60601-1 Safety Compliant
  • IEC 60601-1-2 Safety Compliant
  • IEC 60601-1-11 At Home Safety Compliant
  • ISO 10993-1 Biocompatibility

Embedded Real Time Operating System (RTOS)

Biotricity has built a custom RTOS designed and architected for the most critical applications. The OS is built on embedded C and designed to maximize battery life and facilitate real-time analysis through algorithms.

Key Features Include:

  • Embedded C
  • Built in accordance to FDA regulatory standard IEC 62304
  • Real-time algorithm engine
    – Supports remote triggering and alerts
  • Built-in Security for transmission and privacy

Cloud

The cloud aspect of the platform serves a variety of functions such as device management, data management, data storage, third party data access, third party device integration, and deep data analytics. The cloud framework is designed so that tailored applications, such as our Bioflux solution, are built on top of the framework and consume cloud services and features.

Key features include:

  • Dynamically scalable for performance
  • Complete IoT device management built-in
  • HIPAA-compliant and non-HIPAA environments
  • APIs for third party device integration
  • Data aggregator/puller from other