Could healthcare could be the last frontier for automation in the U.S.?
The sporting world is welcoming the latest automated technologies with open arms, as new breakthroughs and innovations are progressively changing the way fans enjoy their beloved pastimes.
According to a recent report by Gartner, the Internet of Things (IoT) processor, sensor and communications markets are positioned to grow by 36.2 percent in 2015.
Following the company’s recent acquisition of Motorola Solutions, Zebra Technologies Corporation is combining its barcode and RFID technology expertise to elevate itself within smart mobile computing and IoT for the enterprise and specifically, the healthcare industry.
Since Zebra Technologies and the NFL introduced the next generation of player tracking technology, sports statistics would never be the same.
With the healthcare industry continually looking to improve efficiency while cutting costs, the automation of manual tasks can become an important strategy for performance improvement.