Mobile Medical Unit Brings IoT-enabled Clinic to Communities, Hospitals

By Claire Swedberg

Synergy Med Global Design Solutions is selling a 40-foot mobile unit equipped with active and passive RFID, as well as GPS, to track the location of the pod, as well as assets, supplies and individuals within it.

A team of companies led by technology firm Synergy Med Global Design Solutions and its CEO, Ford Kellogg, has developed a mobile healthcare unit, approximately the size of a shipping container, to serve the needs of communities, hospitals, corporations or government agencies worldwide. The Mobile Clean Cube Container (MC3) is derived from Synergy's Smart Clean Cube solution for hospital operating rooms. The MC3 provides a sterile modular office space...

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