Medical and Laboratory Equipment Industry
Great experience in production of high tech medical systems has been the outcome of years of research. Over 180 experts are now working in our R&D department. Manufacturing of various medical products such as patient monitoring, Electroencephalography (EEG), and medical suctions is an honor to the company. Our medical products’ international reputation as first class systems has motivated us to develop the medical department qualitatively as wall as quantitatively.
We are diligently involved in promoting the industry by believing in international medical equipment standards, daily improvement of equipment quality, offering suitable after-sales services, and respecting customer principles.
Beside coverage of local and international market, together with in depth technical support, we are pleased to welcome any request for technology transfer from any part of the world.
Smart Hospital Solutions
Digital technologies have become increasingly important in our everyday life. Just as our homes, offices, schools and factories have joined the “Digital Revolution,” so too has the healthcare industry.
Today’s hospitals, medical centers and clinics are challenged by a growing and aging population base, increased regulatory compliance, and an overwhelming volume of data generated by advancements in medical technology. At the same time, management is increasingly using new applications and systems to hold down operational costs while boosting patient safety, care and service levels.
In the pre-Internet Protocol (IP) world, hospital communication systems were primarily devoted to life safety and monitoring, i.e., nurse call systems and fire alarms. Because of this life safety aspect, these systems became strictly regulated by building codes and public safety entities. These systems were – and still are – required to have their own dedicated infrastructures.
At present, however, healthcare facilities have many more applications and systems in place that do not have life safety requirements, but which are essential for achieving accurate, efficient and lower-cost processes and better hospital management. Examples include:
- Building Automation (Lighting, HVAC, operation rooms and ….)
- Hospital Computer Network (LAN, WLAN, WAN)
- Picture Archiving and Communications Systems (PACS)
- Hospital Information System (HIS)
- RFID solutions
- Fire Alarm and safety systems
- Interactive patient entertainment systems (IPTV and Digital Signage)
- IP base paging systems
- IP base telephone systems
- Telemedicine, remote consultations and video conferencing systems
- Advanced Nurse Call station systems
- PTS systems
- Closed circuit television (CCTV)
- Access Control systems
- Automatic Ambulance location systems (AVL)
- UPS systems
- Robotic Pharmacy
- Real time location-based systems (RTLS)
- Pager systems
And many of these medical devices, applications or technology systems have been installed with their own dedicated infrastructure.
The establishment of dedicated infrastructures has provided a simple way to manage multiple medical systems and achieve individual system accountability. However, the technology model for healthcare communications today and in the future demands that information be shared across systems. In addition, accessibility of data must be mobile – accessible anywhere in the facility, not just at the workstation. Therefore, each traditional communication infrastructure must be “bridged” to other dedicated infrastructures in order to facilitate the desired flow of information with data being pushed and pulled between systems and their respective dedicated databases. These bridges are not only highly inefficient from a building construction, systems infrastructure and maintenance perspective, they also create potential points of failure that can negatively impact a caregiver’s access to critical data with respect to speed, reliability and content.
Platform provides technology with intelligence and integrates these technologies for supporting your business, whilst delivering safety, security and flexibility.
Platform will provide, in a collaborative approach, the best available resources, locally and globally to assist your team with concept and detailed design, quality documentation, senior project management and project execution, commissioning and post construction support.
We will invest time, effort and resources to minimize business risk, help manage regulatory compliance while optimizing the life-cycle and performance of the hospitals.