Context-aware Homes to Help Respond Autonomously
Smart homes are becoming increasingly context-aware to meet the needs of occupants. These are underpinning the creation of new healthcare environments—from reactive to proactive care. Concepts have expanded substantially primarily on the back of use of artificial intelligence. The expanding framework of IoT has enabled healthcare industry stakeholders to reap new consumer values by harnessing the data from wearables and business automation control systems. A number of telehealth approaches have been possible in smart homes, thereby expanding the value propositions smart home healthcare market.
AI and machine learning technologies interwoven into IoT
Telehealth has expanded a new avenue in ambient intelligence (AmI)—a concept that typically encompass better technology-human interaction, better services support, increased user empowerment, and intelligence. Healthcare proponents have been zealously looking to expand their canvas by harnessing AmI for smart homes, opening new possibilities in the smart home healthcare market. Advances in network and hardware-based solutions is propelling growth in smart home healthcare.
Though telecare services have risen in significance for all patient populations in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, players in the market are specifically considering elderly care for competitive edge. A growing number of on-demand cloud services providers and connected technology developers have been eyeing a bulk of revenues of smart homes to come from smart home healthcare. This will also include wellness. Another key cohort that will become a value-grab opportunities for telehealth services is home health care for disabled persons.
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Worldwide, the prevalence of chronic diseases is a flagging concern for healthcare systems, given the high economic and health burden they bring. To give a perspective, diabetes has been associate with not only vast morbidity but also glaring psychological stress they need to undergo. Strides in the smart home healthcare are expected to touch all parts of the continuum, and eventually new technologies that will get integrated will expand the capabilities. Remote health status monitoring for chronic patients expands value propositions in smart home healthcare
Connected devices open new paradigm in geriatric care
One important trend that is emerging as highly in the area of ambient assisted living (AAL) paradigm for disabled and elderly people. The expanding fabric of IoT in smart cities is a key trend bolstering the prospects in the smart home healthcare market. IoT when woven into smart homes are unlocking new avenues in AAL.
A number of stakeholders including cloud and IoT are eyeing an incredible potential of smart home healthcare for AAL. Given the rapidly aging populations in developed nations, smart home healthcare market is likely to see potentially high investments in creating a robust ICT framework for AAL. Governments are promoting research and development in home building automation to leverage the potential of AAL. Ongoing industry research will pave way to safe and responsive healthcare environments for aging populations on the back of IoT helping them and their caregivers make intelligent decisions.
Big Data services along with cloud to open new approaches in personalized healthcare
All these technological advancements and expanding area of smart cities are key to supporting a personalized healthcare. In all of these, personal autonomy and an informed quality healthcare are the key pillars.
New data models will help companies in the smart home healthcare to implement innovative context modelling approaches. A case in point is expanding context-reasoning capabilities with the help of fuzzy logic.
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Smart home context-aware applications based on cloud-based APIs will boost the capabilities of data processing and storing. Players such as Amazon and Google will try to grab a substantial share of the market. Microsoft Azure, Google App, and Amazon Web Services and various other on-demand cloud-computing platforms will be quick to explore the potential. Together with Big Data and IoT, the entire healthcare services might see a big disruption, opening game-changing potential for value-based healthcare systems worldwide.