The Aidlab SDK enables applications with the ability to interact with an Aidlab device. It simplifies the communication process with Aidlab and provides algorithms to manipulate received data. This allows you to retrieve status information that includes; Readings from IMU sensor, Readings from ECG sensor, Readings from object temperature sensor and more. The Aidlab Public API provides indirect access that simplifies the communication process with Aidlab and includes; didConnectPeripheral, didDisconnectPeripheral, didReceiveTemperature and more. Please refer to the corresponding SDK below. It enables you with the ability to publish an Aidlab application on iOS, Android, Web or Desktop. Aidlab is a wearable mini computer that communicates with devices supporting Bluetooth 4.0+ technology to make use of data including; motion, mood, stress level, heart rate, respiration or body temperature.
Pronounced ‘fire’, FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) is the HL7 specifications for supporting APIs in exchanging data among HIT systems. By enabling the sharing of data, FHIR has the potential to unite PHM and EMR tools and streamline the process of providing care.
Microsoft today announced a number of AI-related updates to its Azure platform, including a public preview of Microsoft Custom Vision Service for creating state-of-the-art computer vision models, improvements to its facial recognition API service, and the general availability of Bing Entity Search.