Urban Innovation Devices


Patient-centric Software Package

For our existing healthcare facilities to become smarter, the patients’ sensors that have been in place for decades must communicate with the smart city technologies of the building scape to create a more efficient, sustainable, and profitable environment.

Previous systems tracked data by the caregivers, nurses, and doctors actively reporting it. Now,  the process has an opportunity to become streamlined through data collection software integration.

A system that digests a series of data inputs, in this case, a patient’s status, and outputs the most beneficial environmental condition. Example: Patient is sleeping, electronics turn off and lights dim.

Accompanying the automation, there will still remain a patient and employee override to manually control settings. This level of interaction is standard in the field of building automation.

  • Product Development Project by Brent Cook.