Technology Services and the IoT
The world of technology has changed dramatically over the past few years, and this is only the beginning. Percolation Communications is on the cutting edge of digital healthcare. We have not only been following, but have been participating in and developing for the latest technologies that will impact the Internet of Things (IoT) now and in the future of digital healthcare.
Our projects have run the gamut from iBooks and interactive PDFs to the most advanced e-learning, MSL tools, video, and exhibit booth technology. Look at our portfolio for some examples and contact us today to discuss how we can partner with you to achieve your next success story.
IoT and IoHT
Internet of Things: the proposed development of the Internet in which everyday objects have network connectivity, allowing them to send and receive data.
Advances in cloud-based technology, multi-sensor wearables, and big data analytics, and the push from consumers to know more about their health, have sparked the next revolution in the IoT. This Internet of Healthcare Things (IoHT) aims to address several healthcare concerns. For example, technology has advanced to allow monitoring of patient behavior through devices such as wearables and other technologies. As the IoHT evolves, we will see connected devices that continually track patient vitals, diet, stress levels, sleep, and more. These data will be analyzed to help the patient and the healthcare provider decide on the best course of action for that patient’s healthcare. As more products surface, healthcare costs are expected to decrease $100 billion by 2018. This impact will postively affect efficiency and care for patients, providers, and caregivers. The goal of the IoHT is not only to be in sync with real life but to be in sync with each individual’s life.
Currently over 64% of the world’s Internet traffic is video. According to a study by Cisco, by 2019, 80% will be video. This global phenomenon continues to impact all areas of learning. Most people would rather view a video than read an article. In addition, we have seen a shift from desktop to mobile devices. Our video production processes take this as well as the learner and target audience into account. From interviews to educational content targeted at clinicians we will take you through the video production and post-production processes to help you achieve the most impact across multiple devices and technologies. Video should tell a story, answer questions, and become a vehicle to get your message out to your audience in a clear and concise way. It can be traditional video or interactive video with decision-based learning. From script to screen, Percolation Communications will guide you through the process.
Percolation understands the complexities of mobile application development. Every operating system has its own set of rules, regulations, and requirements. We evaluate your needs and help target the operating systems and devices that best suit your audience. In our experience, apps are a great way to extend reach of video, web-based content, educational content, and clinician tools. Field forces use them to help relay their message, with update mechanisms in place to ensure they have the latest information at their fingertips. If your app needs to be private, look no further: as enterprise developers for Apple, we can develop apps rolled out to your specified team or audience.
Mechanism of action (MOA) animation or mechanism of disease (MOD) animation is a combination of art and science designed to tell a complex story of a drug or disease. Our Medical Affairs team begins the process with in-depth research, and carries that through to the storyboard phase, scripting, voiceover, animation, and video editing. We engage your audience with well-researched content, ensuring that what viewers experience is 100% accurate. After all, detailing the intricacies of the human body, your product, and its action is no simple task. Your MOA or MOD truly becomes a 3D experience.